6 Offensive Linemen the Cowboys Must Target in Free Agency

The Cowboys can still fix their offensive line in free agency

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At this point, it seems surprising that anyone is surprised by the early inactivity from the Dallas Cowboys during free agency. Jerry Jones can say he’s “all in” as many times as he would like but he’s been held at bay for several years now as Stephen Jones has been calling the shots. And he's one of the only decision-makers in the NFL who still believes the salary cap has no fluidity.

While we can argue that point all day long, it won't change their way of thinking. It’s also hard to convince the front office to change when they’ve won 36 games over the past three years. Instead, we should get used to their desire to bargain shop.

Thankfully, there are still some options out there that can help them in 2024. Here, we look at six such targets, all of whom play on the offensive line.

6. Nick Harris, C

Tyler Biadasz was one of several free agents to already leave Dallas as he signed with Dan Quinn and the Washington Commanders. Biadasz wound up being an excellent pick in Round 4 and developed to the point Dallas was unwilling to pay the salary he earned.

Thankfully, there's still one decent option out there in Nick Harris. Originally a fifth-round pick for the Cleveland Browns in 2020, Harris was supposed to start in 2022. That never happened since he was injured in the preseason opener and Ethan Pocic took his job.

Harris is now a free agent and while he has starting potential, he doesn't have the resume, which means he could be in the price range Dallas has set.