3. Markquese Bell
Mike McCarthy and Dan Quinn have made it abundantly clear that they have no qualms playing safeties at linebacker, and in a press conference McCarthy also suggested they count Micah Parsons as a combo of an edge defender and off-ball linebacker.
So while it may seem like we're thin at the position with only four on the roster (counting Bell, who the Cowboys list as a safety but who played mostly in the box in the preseason), that could actually prove to be more than we really need if Markquese Bell doesn't perform.
Bell's a nice story as a 2022 undrafted free agent who's on the roster for the second straight year, but a 54% special teams snap rate isn't enough to give you much job security.
He was pretty bad in his limited defensive snaps as a rookie, and while he showed improvements in the preseason, we've seen before that those games don't always mean much.
Bell's positional flexibility is nice, but it also means that a superior player at any of the spots he plays could be enough to take his roster spot.