Below is a list of players with their corresponding cap savings if released (post June 1) in 2023: 1. Demarcus Lawrence ($21 million) 2. Amari Cooper ($20 million) 3. Ezekiel Elliot ($10.9 million) 4. Tyron Smith ($13.6 million) 5. Blake Jarwin ($6.25 million) OTC has Dallas with $19.6 million in cap space entering the 2023 season. With those releases, Dallas would be around $92 million in cap space in 2023. Point being, Dallas maybe in a tough cap situation for 2022, but they could restructure guys like Dak and Martin and a couple of others in order to retain all of these core players and bring back a couple of key pending free agents like Schultz, Kearse, and Gregory (who would all have low cap hits for 1st year deals). The front office could easily plan on targeting the above listed players replacements in the 2022 and 2023 drafts and free agency, while just getting by in 2022 and make 1 big signing like Bates or a to Guard to replace Connor Williams. Cap space will be plentiful for a rebuild in 2023. Of course if the front office acts under the belief that this year's roster wasn't enough for a serious Superbowl run, then we'll probably see a rebuild this season and 2022 will be a bridge year. I think the cap situation is fine actually, considering Dallas can easily get out of those big contracts easily at the conclusion of the 2022 season.