Cowboys Express Interest in Reunion With Big-Name Player

The Dallas Cowboys are considering bringing back star offensive player.
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The Dallas Cowboys are currently having a less-than-stellar offseason with the departures of key starters without suitable replacements in free agency. Cowboys fans are understandably furious and have begun to question the decision-making process of Cowboys' top brass, especially after owner Jerry Jones promised to go all-in to win the Super Bowl in 2024.

Some of the most significant departures for the Cowboys came on the offensive line, most important being the longest-tenured Cowboy Tyron Smith. The 13-year veteran offensive tackle was reported to be heading elsewhere in free agency.

However, the Cowboys are now considering bringing back Smith, according to Cowboys insider Patrik Walker who talked to Stephen Jones.

Cowboys News: OT Tyron Smith Still An Option in Dallas

Cowboys fans are currently eyeing the potential return of Ezekiel Elliott but a reunion with Smith could actually prove to be more valuable in Dallas' Super Bowl chase. With limited cap space, the Cowboys will be hard-pressed to find a better left tackle than Smith on the open market.

Plus, Smith is arguably the best offensive lineman left on the market, anyway. As surprising as it is for him to still be unsigned three days into free agency, this is an excellent opportunity for the Cowboys to correct their earlier mistake.

The slow-moving offensive line market allows Dallas to get their financial situation in order to be able to re-sign Smith but they can't waste any more time with teams like the New York Jets and the Kansas City Chiefs lurking.

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