Very quick, and totally off the cuff. Free Agency Signings: Tony Fiammetta, FB Chris Myers, C Abram Elam, S Paul Soliai, NT The Draft: David DeCastro is mocked to the Panthers again, giving Cam Newton some offensive line help to keep him upright. The Cowboys, opting instead to trade down and acquire an extra 2nd, make the following picks. 1. Cordy Glenn, G, Georgia -- moving into the back part of round 1 in order to acquire an extra 2nd round pick, the Cowboys select Cordy Glenn. Tyron and Doug flip spots, and Montrae Holland battles Bill Nagy in camp for the final starting OG spot. 2a. Chase Minnifield, CB, Virginia -- the Cowboys do some good selecting here in order to shore up the secondary. Rather than overspend in free agency for a CB, they opt to go cheaper and younger and add some talented players to the roster. Minnifield battles... 2b. Jayron Hosley, CB, Virginia Tech -- ...and Orlando Scandrick for the starting spot opposite of Mike Jenkins. Hosley is an amazing athlete who excels in zone coverage playing facing the ball. He also returns punts and kicks, so if he ends up the "odd man out" at CB, he'll still see the field in a useful role. 3. T.Y. Hilton, WR/KR, Florida Int'l -- The Cowboys select a small, shifty WR to challenge for the slot WR position. Hilton also adds some challenge in there for our other guys on the roster, Harris and Holley. 4. Nick Jean-Baptiste, NT, Baylor -- massive space eater that can get Ratliff to slide to DE and extend Ratliff's career (all those double teams are doing a number on Rat's back). J-B can come in and more than likely start, and at least challenge for the starting spot. All we need him to do is push the pocket. . . . Only 4 rounds here...lets get it poppin!