65 Defensive Backs Who Could Be Available In Free Agency
Although Cowboys failed to reach the playoffs and had a disappointing season overall, there was one part of their team that showed promise. Dallas’s secondary consists of young players which, at its core, has future NFL starters Chidobe Awuzie and Jourdan Lewis. Both players showed, during the last five games of the year, that they have immense potential. Also, another first-year player, Xavier Woods, demonstrated the versatility and he will be an essential part of Cowboys defense in future years.
In coaching department, Dallas franchise now has Kris Richard, a former Seahawks coach who will be in charge of defensive backs. He should further develop Cowboys young secondary.
America’s Team also has Orlando Scandrick and Byron Jones on the roster, but it is unsure whether will the two be part of the squad next season. The player who will return for his third year is Anthony Brown.
The weakest part of their secondary is safety position and Cowboys will look to add a player or two through free agency. The starting safety is Jeff Heath who was good last year, but the roster could use an upgrade. Here are five players they could sign in free agency.