Cowboys News: DT to miss, is Dallas focusing on players in skill positions?

The Cowboys have had one of their strongest offseasons in recent memory, and that’s cause for optimism in Dallas. Retaining defensive coordinator Dan Quinn was the first domino, and recent talent acquisitions have set the team well for 2023.

En route to the draft, which has been the club’s only method of improving the roster for years, the narrow finishing position offers some fun prospects for replacing now-Houston Dalton Schultz. If not in the first round, Dallas can go to a pure athlete in Georgia’s Nolan Smith to add to the awkwardness of pass rush riches.

Just a day after Jonathan Hankins was signed, Carlos Watkins signed defensive tackle with the Cardinals, a tough loss for a group that improved throughout 2022. A notable moment from Pro Day in Tennessee, commentary on potential offensive line shuffle and more in the latest news and notes.

Cowboys Are Last Among NFC East Teams in 2023 Draft Capital :: Cowboys Wire


After the recent additions, the Cowboys sit at the bottom of draft capital compared to other NFC East teams. In addition, they are not far from being the last in the conference.

Dissect 5 TE Prospects That Match The Cowboys Each Day of the Draft :: Cowboys Wire


With the departure of tight end Dalton Schultz and acquisitions at other key positions, the draft appears to be the best place to fill the position. Tim Lettiero names five people who could take on the role.

Cowboys DL Carlos Watkins Agrees to Sign with Arizona Cardinals :: Cowboys Wire


A day after the beginning defensive tackle in Dallas signed a new contract, his accomplice has moved elsewhere. Carlos Watkins joins the Cardinals, opening a hole in an otherwise stacked defense.

Where Cowboys See Chefs Are “Extraordinary” :: The Mothership


Dallas has high hopes for their new veteran receiver and McCarthy sees many opportunities for him on the field, but one in particular. Before the addition of Cooks, the team were waiting for someone to crown the full-back, but that need is now met.

How the Dallas Cowboys Have One of the Best Offseasons in the NFL :: Blogging the Boys


The off-season is usually quiet in Cowboys country when it comes to player acquisitions, but that changed in 2023, along with some major moves like the retention of Dan Quinn. Add in the free agents Dallas kept and they’re building up for a run next season.

‘Dumb!’ Cowboys O-Line Plan for Terence Steele Ripped by Coach :: Cowboys Country


With plans to potentially move Steele from his proper tackle spot, a notable offensive line coach took to social media to give his two cents for the alleged switch ahead of time for the Cowboys.

Cowboys Coach Leads Wide Receiver Workouts at Vols Pro Day :: AtoZ Sports


With two NFL prospects in the position, Cowboys wide receiver coach Robert Prince worked closely on Pro Day in Tennessee. Jalin Hyatt and Cedric Tillman worked alongside Prince during Thursday’s drills.

Cowboys 7-round mock draft: Dallas addresses D-Line, RB and TE early :: The Athletic

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Jon Machota delivers a full mock for Dallas, showing an athletic freak in the first round before making rounds on key needs on the second two days of the draft.

Quentin Johnston Expected to Head to Dallas Ahead of the 2023 NFL Draft :: Bleacher Report


While not expected to reach Dallas in 26th place, TCU wide receiver Quentin Johnston will make a 30th visit to the team. Does Jerry Jones have another move in mind?

The details of the meeting suggest Cowboys have a crush on the underrated RB :: The Landry Hat


The backup running back spot is up for grabs in Dallas and they may have plans for him to get drafted. Plans for a private practice session with Tulane’s Tyjae Spears could reveal what’s next behind Tony Pollard as the starter.

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