3 Cowboys Starters Who Must Be Replaced This Offseason

Which Dallas Cowboys starters are getting replaced in 2024?

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A brutal ending to the 2023-24 season for the Dallas Cowboys will be followed by an offseason full of even more question marks.

This Cowboys team could be moving on from its head coach, they could lose their defensive coordinator on the head coach open market, and they have a wide variety of important pending free agents to consider in 2024. On top of all that, the Cowboys have contract situations looming for quarterback Dak Prescott and wide receiver CeeDee Lamb, among others.

Fun times in Dallas, these days, eh?

Because of the Cowboys' current predicament, and because they are going to need to add players to the roster to help maintain their "contender" status, they could end up having to replace some starters this year. Probably the most notable trio is on the offensive side of the ball, and we're going to take a look at each of them here.

1. Tyler Biadasz, center

Certainly not the most high-profile free agent the Dallas Cowboys have, but someone who could very well command the type of money outside of Dallas that the Cowboys simply can't justify spending to bring him back.

Especially due to the fact that Tyron Smith is a free agent this offseason (more on him in a bit), the Cowboys will have to be picky about who they choose to keep from the current roster.

Biadasz is not exactly one-of-one at the center position. The Cowboys found him with a Day 3 draft pick, and they could likely identify a Day 1 starter in this year's NFL Draft as well.