2. Neville Gallimore
It was only earlier this week that ESPN's Todd Archer reported that the Cowboys could potentially trade defensive tackle Neville Gallimore by Tuesday.
Archer's logic is that Gallimore is a free agent after the 2023 campaign and if Dallas can get a "low-end" draft pick for him, a deal should be considered.
Drafted 82nd overall in 2020, Gallimore just hasn't lived up to expectations. The 26-year-old has only started in 14 of his 41 career appearances, recording 78 total tackles with 3 sacks and 2 broken-up passes. That's not the type of production the Cowboys were looking for from their Day 2 selection.
At the same time, Dallas' defense is too loaded for Gallimore to have a chance to shine. The 6-foot-2, 302-pound defender has been playing a career-low 33% of defensive snaps this season. It isn't unfathomable to think that a change of scenery could get him back on track.
With only four seasons of NFL experience under Gallimore's belt, I wouldn't be surprised if a curious team thinks that they can tap into his potential. If the Cowboys think that they can get anything for him now rather than letting him walk for free in March, Jones must pick up the phone.