As the start of 2018 season draws closer, teams are already looking into 2019 offseason and possible additions to their rosters. Dallas Cowboys, one of the marquee teams in the league, will find themselves in an excellent position to strengthen their squad and make a bid for the title. The team will have plenty of cap space at the end of the next season, which will greatly increase their flexibility when it comes to signing free agents. We divided the upcoming free agents into three groups. Let’s see who their top picks for 2019 free agents should be.
Not likely to change teams:
Odell Beckham Jr
None of these should really be let go by their current teams, at least not without a fight. Among them, perhaps the most likely candidate to change his jersey is Odell Beckham Jr. The wide receiver for New York Giants is one of the biggest names entering free agency in 2019. While the Giants may opt to make an offer Beckham won’t be able to reject, the rumor has it that the franchise hasn’t been thrilled with his shenanigans both on and off the field. Another factor that may influence their decision is Beckham’s injury report. He is still suffering from an ankle injury he got in 2018, which caused him to miss a large part of the season.
“I believe that I will be hopefully not just the highest-paid receiver in the league, but the highest paid, period,” Beckham said, clearly stating his aim for the 2019 season. Not many teams can afford him, and that may very well be the Cowboys’ chance.
50/50 chances crowd:
There are many reasons why these players have 50% chance of relocating come 2019, from cap issues to diminishing performances. Even so, these are great athletes and any team could easily incorporate them in their roster. Anthony Barr or Danielle Hunter will be among the first options if any of them becomes available. Either of them could help Dallas Cowboys immensely. They are followed closely by C.J. Mosely, an elite linebacker.
Up for grabs players:
Dante Fowler Jr
These are the players that should be almost guaranteed available. Earl Thomas seems like a done deal, as Seattle Seahawks are very unlikely to re-sign him once his contract is up. Tyler Eifert should be a strong contender to bolster Dallas offense, just like Tevin Coleman. Eifert especially is interesting, as he is a player that could come in and immediately make an impact to Cowboys game.