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(Editor’s Note: While the start of the 2017 NFL Draft isn’t until April 26, it’s never too early to profile some of the key participants. The staff of DallasCowboys.com intends to preview the landscape of the draft’s top prospect, with an emphasis on possible Cowboys draft picks – from the first round to the last. Today’s featured player is Penn State’s Marcus Allen.) Read

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While free agency officially begins in March, roster turnover isn’t too far away. The Cowboys will indeed add and presumably release players, along with letting some go without a new contract. Read

However, the majority of the 2018 roster is already in place. In the coming weeks, the staff of DallasCowboys.com will preview those players, analyzing where they’ve been and where they’re going. Read

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While free agency officially begins in March, roster turnover isn’t too far away. The Cowboys will indeed add and presumably release players, along with letting some go without a new contract. Read

However, the majority of the 2018 roster is already in place. In the coming weeks, the staff of DallasCowboys.com will preview those players, analyzing where they’ve been and where they’re going. Read

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Welcome to the 2018 DallasCowboys.com Writers' Blog, your daily resource for up-to-date news and notes.

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Editor’s Note: As the Cowboys continue to finalize their coaching staff, here’s an official look at several position coaches that have been in the news recently. Read

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(Editor’s Note: While the start of the 2017 NFL Draft isn’t until April 26, it’s never too early to profile some of the key participants. The staff of DallasCowboys.com intends to preview the landscape of the draft’s top prospect, with an emphasis on possible Cowboys draft picks – from the first round to the last. Today’s featured player is Texas A&M’s Armani Watts.) Read

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(Editor’s Note: While the start of the 2017 NFL Draft isn’t until April 26, it’s never too early to profile some of the key participants. The staff of DallasCowboys.com intends to preview the landscape of the draft’s top prospect, with an emphasis on possible Cowboys draft picks – from the first round to the last. Today’s featured player is Indiana’s Ian Thomas.) Read

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MORICE WELLINGTON III Read

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA Read

If Byron Jones is put at cornerback for the 2018 season, would the safety spot become the No. 1 priority for Dallas to address defensively? Read

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While free agency officially begins in March, roster turnover isn’t too far away. The Cowboys will indeed add and presumably release players, along with letting some go without a new contract. Read

However, the majority of the 2018 roster is already in place. In the coming weeks, the staff of DallasCowboys.com will preview those players, analyzing where they’ve been and where they’re going. Read

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ARLINGTON, Texas – Last November, DeMarcus Ware stopped by Cowboys practice and offered some pass rush tips to the team’s young defensive linemen – all while wearing business-casual attire. Read

“This (next) time I’ll have to get my cut-off sleeves and some shorts,” the retired linebacker/defensive end said Thursday at a press conference announcing his role with Drew Pearson as NFL Draft Community Ambassadors. Read

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(Editor’s Note: While the start of the 2017 NFL Draft isn’t until April 26, it’s never too early to profile some of the key participants. The staff of DallasCowboys.com intends to preview the landscape of the draft’s top prospect, with an emphasis on possible Cowboys draft picks – from the first round to the last. Today’s featured player is Penn State’s Mike Gesicki.) Read

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MARCUS CONNELL Read

COPPELL, TX Read

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ARLINGTON, Texas – DeMarcus Ware still remembers the day that changed his life: Draft Day, 2005, sitting in a hotel conference center in Auburn, Ala., with his family. Read

“All of a sudden you get that phone call and it was that 214 (area code) number,” Ware said. “I didn’t know what 214 means, but I do now. It was Dallas.” Read

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ARLINGTON, Texas – DeMarcus Ware was back home Thursday. Read

Back at AT&T Stadium, where he starred at linebacker and defensive end. Back around the Cowboys, teaming up with the organization as a 2018 NFL Draft community ambassador for youth outreach initiatives in North Texas leading up to the big weekend. Read

“It feels like home, seeing familiar faces,” he told reporters at AT&T Stadium. “It’s always been like family since I’ve been here.” Read

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FRISCO, Texas – Like the other 31 teams in the National Football League, the Cowboys’ goal every year is to reach the Super Bowl. Read

Watching a division rival like Philadelphia hoist the Lombardi Trophy last Sunday only fueled that motivation more. Read

“Certainly have a tremendous amount of respect for the Redskins, the Giants and the Eagles,” Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones told reporters on Wednesday. “But we certainly want to beat them. Read

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(Editor’s Note: While the start of the 2017 NFL Draft isn’t until April 26, it’s never too early to profile some of the key participants. The staff of DallasCowboys.com intends to preview the landscape of the draft’s top prospect, with an emphasis on possible Cowboys draft picks – from the first round to the last. Today’s featured player is Pittsburgh's Brian O’Neill.) Read

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While free agency officially begins in March, roster turnover isn’t too far away. The Cowboys will indeed add and presumably release players, along with letting some go without a new contract. Read

However, the majority of the 2018 roster is already in place. In the coming weeks, the staff of DallasCowboys.com will preview those players, analyzing where they’ve been and where they’re going. Read

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JAMES DELEON Read

JUNCTION, TX Read

After watching the Super Bowl I can't help but wonder, do you think the front office might be willing to be more aggressive this offseason when it comes to piecing together the roster? i.e., the draft, free agency, both?