Everywhere I read it is like the Cowboys must draft a SOLB, why?? Linebackers are a dime a dozen. Lets take a look at the Steelers linebackers. Now the Steelers has been running the 3-4 scheme for a long time now and back in the day they had Greene, and Greg Lloyd. They let both go and replaced them with Chad Brown and others. Chad Brown wanted more money so then they shipped him off and replaced him. Now the Steelers have Joey Porter drafted in the 3rd round, Larry Foote drafted in the 4th round, Farrior drafted in the 1st round by the Jets in 1997, and Haggans- not drafted. You would be hard pressed to find a better set of linebackers in the NFL than what Pittsburgh has. Maybe its the Steelers scheme that puts their linebackers in positions to succeed? The Steelers can blitz anyone of their linebackers at any time, and thats what makes them dangerous. And of course all of them can RUN and cover and are sure tacklers. MLB, OLB, SOLB to me are all a dime a dozen. Yes you do have your LT and Singletary, Butkas, and others but in large the Linebackers must play as a collective unit knowing where each other is at all times. Alot of people on this site is suggesting that the Cowboys need a SOLB. Carpenter, Lawson, Wimbley....etc. Yes they are all good players that produced in colllege. Yes they had good combines and pro day. The numbers add up to draft one on draft day. I say that you give me someone who has a nose for the ball and make plays. There are 117 Division 1 teams in College Football and each team either plays a 4-3 or 3-4 so lets say 117 times 3 equals 351 linebackers in Division 1 alone add in the other divisions and thus you have more linebackers than any other position on the field. And that is why I say they are a dime a dozen. You can grab a linebacker in the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th or undrafted. I just don't see the need for making it a priority when there are other players on the board that we could use. peace.