IRVING, Texas -- Part 2 of the Dallas Cowboys' Twitter mailbag is ready. In it we discuss: Why the Cowboys would even consider drafting offense in the first round. Why the Cowboys could draft offensive line in the first round. Why the coaching staff could look a lot different. Why I think the Cowboys would pass on Teddy Bridgewater. If you want to see Part 1, click here. Away we go:
With free agency entering the final stages, we'll review the Dallas Cowboys' past five free-agency classes. We end the series with a look at 2013. Players signed: Will Allen and Justin Durant Starts earned: Eight Analysis: Allen was signed as a veteran to improve the free safety position. The Cowboys had some younger players at those spots and Allen was supposed to bridge the gap. Yet, Allen started just two games and the team went with rookie J.
It was interesting to listen to Danny White talk the other day on Sirius/XM radio about Tony Romo. White and Romo are similar in some respects. White failed to get his team to a Super Bowl, despite three consecutive trips to the NFC title game in the 1980s. Romo has yet to get his team past the second-round of the postseason. Romo has better numbers than White, because he plays in a pass-happy era. But here was White on Wednesday talking about how Romo is the perfect fit for this Dallas Cowboys team and that blame shouldn’t be placed solely on No.
IRVING, Texas -- The Dallas Cowboys will exercise the fifth-year option on Tyron Smith's contract, keeping the 2011 first-round pick with the team at least through 2015. Smith’s agent, Joe Panos, told 105.3 The Fan on Friday that the option has not been picked up yet but “they told me it’s going to happen.” A source indicated Thursday that the Cowboys had already exercised the option, like teams had done earlier in the day with other first-round picks from the 2011 draft, like Houston’s J.