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IRVING, Texas – So the Cowboys added a defensive end in free agency last season that turned out to be one of the team’s locker-room leaders.

They drafted a player early in the second round and while he spent most of the 2014 season injured,  came on strong late in the year and gives the Cowboys plenty of hope he’ll make a big leap in 2015.

And then, the Cowboys went out and added one of the more dominating defensive players in free agency, a player that will certainly help the team’s need for a consistent pass rusher when he’s on the field.

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IRVING, Texas -- Talk to members of the Cowboys’ front office, and it leaves the impression that nothing is off limits in next month’s NFL draft – not even quarterback.

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IRVING, Texas – The Cowboys have been careful to put it more delicately than this, but the fact remains the same: they could have kept DeMarco Murray if they had been determined to.

In the non-stop news cycle of the NFL, Murray’s free agency departure feels like ancient history, though it happened just two weeks ago. Addressing the topic for the first time at the NFL’s annual meetings in Phoenix, Cowboys owner/general manager Jerry Jones spoke about the decision to part ways with the All-Pro running back.

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Editor's Note: Throughout the off-season, DallasCowboys.com staff writers will take a closer look at the roster, analyzing players’ impact last season and how each fits into the team's 2015 plans.

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JACOB BELDON
DAEGU, S KOREA

With the 27th pick, could we draft a one-tech defensive tackle and consider the defensive line rebuilt ,in the like of the O-line? Granted this depends on health and production. Also on a crazy note could Hardy be in the Cowboys’ long-term plans past this year?
 

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PHOENIX – The NFL turned its attention to the Cowboys and their contract with Greg Hardy on Wednesday, offering some league wide perspective on the controversial signing to close the NFL annual meetings.

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GARY WINDSOR
MARIETTA, GA

With all of this talk about Gurley and Gordon, they both could be gone at No. 27. Who is the best option if the Cowboys get the third-best back?

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Editor's Note: Throughout the off-season, DallasCowboys.com staff writers will take a closer look at the roster, analyzing players’ impact last season and how each fits into the team's 2015 plans.

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PHOENIX – If it wasn’t clear before the NFL’s annual meetings, it should be quite clear afterward – the Dallas Cowboys will give plenty of consideration to the running back position in next month’s NFL draft.

Choose whichever voice sounds best, but three of the franchise’s primary power players – owner/general manager Jerry Jones, executive vice president Stephen Jones or coach Jason Garrett – all voiced support for the idea in varying degrees.

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PHOENIX – With no shortage of speculation that Brandon Carr would either take a pay cut or be cut altogether from the Cowboys’ roster, team executive vice president Stephen Jones did his best to pump the brakes.

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PHOENIX – During the 2014 season, Rolando McClain was a large, looming presence in the center of the Dallas defense.

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PHOENIX – He’s got roughly four months to let the conversation play out, but Cowboys/owner general manager Jerry Jones didn’t sound particularly concerned with agreeing on Dez Bryant’s much-discussed contract.

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DUSTIN LASITER
PARSONS, KANSAS

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Each year around this time the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders travel to an exotic location to begin photographic production for their annual swimsuit calendar.  This year that location is Tulum, Mexico.
 
If you were in DFW International Airport around 7am on Saturday, you may have noticed a caravan of 21 well-dressed, attractive young women roaming terminal D of the airport being stopped by random strangers asking for pictures.  You guessed it, the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders.
 

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Editor's Note: Throughout the off-season, DallasCowboys.com staff writers will take a closer look at the roster, analyzing players’ impact last season and how each fits into the team's 2015 plans.

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PHOENIX – It says a lot about the magnitude of the Greg Hardy signing that it pushed the NFL rushing champion to the back of the conversation.

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PHOENIX -- The NFL has sought to clarify it, but the rule that denied Dez Bryant a game-changing catch in Green Bay this past January will remain unchanged for 2015.

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PHOENIX – Given his often-cited preference for the “right kind of guy,” it was logical that Cowboys coach Jason Garrett would swiftly be asked to address the addition of Greg Hardy to his football team.

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