List will be extensive as they examine seniors who could meet their needs
The Dallas Morning News Staff reports
Published: 19 January 2013 09:18 PM
As the Cowboys continue to rework their coaching staff, they’ll have to divide their focus starting Monday when the team’s coaches, scouts and front office staff travel to Mobile, Ala., to watch Senior Bowl practices.
The Cowboys’ brass will be busy trying to identify players who fill their needs, including those who fit into their new 4-3 base defense.
But the Cowboys’ top off-season priority has to be upgrading the offensive line, which struggled throughout 2012. The Cowboys have the 18th overall pick and could be in the market for a guard or center.
The Cowboys lacked depth at wide receiver last season and aren’t likely to re-sign backup running back Felix Jones, also putting them in the market for another running back behind starter DeMarco Murray.
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