5. Neville Gallimore, DT
It also wouldn't be surprising if Neville Gallimore's Dallas tenure came to an end this offseason.
Even though Gallimore showed a lot of potential when he was selected 82nd overall in 2020, he hasn't come close to matching the hype. The Ottawa, ON native has been quiet this season, registering only 14 tackles with one sack and a broken-up pass in 15 games without a start. His 26% defensive snap share further illustrates how he's falling out of favor with the coaching staff.
With his rookie contract coming to an end, there isn't much of an incentive to bring Gallimore back. The Cowboys' defense is too deep for him to earn any real playing time and the fact that his name was mentioned in trade rumors in October suggests that Dallas is open to parting ways.
Gallimore is only 26 years old and still has time to make a mark in the NFL. Nevertheless, the time to do so with the Cowboys is nearing its end and a change of scenery might be beneficial for all parties involved.
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