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Three free agents the Cowboys can still pursue

The Dallas Cowboys have enough money to make one final purchase in free agency to completely stack their roster.

 

According to Over the Cap, the Cowboys have around $10.5 million in cap space. For these three players, the team could cap off one of the best offseasons they have ever had.

 

Markus Golden-DE (Giants)

 

According to those reports, Golden wants $10 million annually, which was obviously out of the Giants budget. Golden’s price is going to have to drop if he wants to join a new team. The Cowboys should offer him a one-year, $5 million deal since he has been on the market for so long. Who knows? Maybe, he’ll bite.

 

After a successful 2019 season that featured 10.0 sacks and 72 total tackles, Golden still sits at home without a new NFL home.

 

Everson Griffen-DE (Vikings)

 

riffin could be a perfect fit for the Cowboys. According to Dallas Morning News reporter, Michael Gehlken, the Cowboys have interest.

 

“Ex-Vikings DE Everson Griffen spent all 848 of his defensive snaps last regular season on the right side, where Cowboys look to replace DE Robert Quinn. Griffen totaled 66 QB pressures in 15 games, per @PFF. Total would have led Dallas. Team has interest, @DavidMooreDMN reports.”

 

Griffin’s 66 pressures were more than Quinn and DeMarcus Lawrence last season. His age is a question, 33, but his ability to get to the quarterback is not. There should be no excuse in exploring a two-year deal.

 

Cordy Glenn-OT (Bengals)

 

Glenn is a 6-foot-6, 345-pound offensive lineman that could provide the Cowboys insurance at swing tackle. Glenn is an established veteran that could be signed for the veteran’s minimum. Protecting quarterback Dak Prescott is essential.

 

According to ProFootballFocus, Glenn had an overall grade of 68.4, which was nearly 10 points higher than Cam Fleming. If Tyron Smith or La’el Collins go down, he would provide immediate insurance.

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