4 Remaining Free Agents the Cowboys Must Be 'All-In' On to Save the Offseason

Jerry Jones is running out of time to keep his promise to Cowboys fans. Here are four still-available free agents he can sign to salvage this offseason.

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Odell Beckham Jr, WR

The Dallas Cowboys have previously flirted with the idea of signing OBJ. The sides were close to a deal in late 2022 before injuries surfaced. We know that Jerry Jones is fond of Beckham Jr, and he could potentially revisit the idea of bringing in the popular wide receiver.

This move would reek of desperation. It would help appease the fanbase with a big name and alleviate some of the offensive concerns. It also wouldn't be the worst on-field fit, either, depending on the price tag.

Beckham Jr. probably wasn't worth the one-year, $15 million deal he signed with the Baltimore Ravens last year, but he was still a productive weapon. He had a career-high 16.1 yards per reception as he reeled in 565 yards in 35 catches while adding three scores in the process.

He is certainly not the 10+ touchdown per season guy he was earlier in his career, but considering the lack of depth in the Cowboys' receiver corps, he would be an intriguing option.

Michael Gallup is gone, so the WR3 slot is up for grabs. Well, it wouldn't be a shocker if OBJ outplayed Brandin Cooks next season, either. So, unless he is asking for a similar deal to last year, Beckham Jr to Dallas makes plenty of sense.

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