6 Players Cowboys Should Sign After First Week of Free Agency

The Dallas Cowboys must be active in the second wave of NFL free agency

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3. Connor Williams, C

How about another reunion?

Connor Williams left the Dallas Cowboys for the Miami Dolphins and became one of the better centers in the NFL. Although he played guard in Dallas before, he could return to replace the recently departed Tyler Biadasz at the center position.

Biadasz bolted in NFL free agency for the rival Washington Commanders on a three-year deal worth over $29 million. The Cowboys may not have the dominant offensive line they once did, but they have still quietly been cranking out quality players, especially on the interior.

Connor Williams is no exception.

The Texas native is still only 26 years old and with his combination of age and positional flexibility, he could really help out a Dallas offensive line that is taking on some massive changes in 2024. Not only did Dallas lose Biadasz to the Commanders, but Tyron Smith just bolted for the New York Jets as well.

Adding a player like Williams who is familiar with the offense and the players around him could be extremely valuable to Dallas.