Defensive End Targets for the Dallas Cowboys

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Oct 26, 2013; Chapel Hill, NC, USA; Boston College Eagles quarterback Chase Rettig (11) is sacked by North Carolina Tar Heels defensive end Kareem Martin (95) and safety Darien Rankin (27) during the second half at Kenan Memorial Stadium. North Carolina won 34-10. Mandatory Credit: Liz Condo-USA TODAY Sports

Although the signing of DT Henry Melton is largely viewed as a positive step, it has left many questions surrounding the 2014 draft strategy for the Dallas Cowboys.  Prior to Melton’s acquisition, it was thought by many that Pittsburgh’s Aaron Donald would be the ‘Boys first round selection, given that he looks to be this year’s most talented Defensive Tackle prospect.  Now with a former Pro Bowler DT in the three-technique (where Donald would play) and a budding talent in Ben Bass to start alongside him, Dallas may look to address what seems like a bigger weakness: Defensive End.  With that in mind, here are five DE prospects who could very well wind up starting for America’s Team in 2014.

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Tags: Dallas Cowboys Dee Ford Defensive End Kareem Martin Kony Ealy NFL Draft Ra'Shede Hageman Trent Murphy

  • Old Frog

    Kareem Martin has a 129″ vertical jump?!!!! Sign him up and let him play TE in the Red Zone.

    • SK_Jersey13

      LOL These guys are freakish athletes let me tell you. *Broad jump haha thanks for the catch! Watch out for Martin, btw, I think he could get picked ahead of his projection, maybe go early 2nd round to the Jags or somebody if we don’t trade back and grab him. You heard it here first!!