2. Tyron Smith
Staying on-trend, Tyron Smith could have it even worse than Biadasz right now. Once a consistently elite option at left tackle, Smith is coming off of what was probably the worst season of his career in 2022. Even with a bounce-back in 2023, he'll be 33 years old and looking for a new contract in the offseason.
One thing that can really help offensive linemen get paid more than they're worth is how much continuity and chemistry matters at the position. If the Cowboys were expecting a bunch of turnover, it may well be worth to slightly overpay Smith for a year or two while some of the newer additions work their way into the fold.
But now, with Martin earning the NFL's third-highest per-year salary for any guard, there's less need to be desparate for continuity, and less money to go around even if they wanted to overpay for it.
Smith and Jerry Jones have gone at it in contract negotiations before, and this Martin deal really hurts the leverage Smith can bring into the battle this time.