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(Nota: Correo Cowboys es una serie de preguntas mandadas por fanáticos alrededor del mundo. Ambar García, corresponsal de Somos Cowboys, y Bryan Broaddus, analista de fútbol americano para DallasCowboys.com, responden las siguientes preguntas de los fans). Read

Karlos Martínez García
Monterrey, México
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¿Sería buen tiempo de empezar a buscar un ala cerrada de categoría para reemplazar a Jason Witten? Read

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FRISCO, Texas – The NFL Combine is less than a week away, a week-long job interview on and off the field for this year’s top draft prospects. Read

It’s an event Jaylon Smith would’ve aced last year had he been healthy. Read

Instead, Smith spent the entire pre-draft process injured. He has dedicated the last 15 months and counting toward returning from the dreadful knee injury he suffered in his final college game last New Year’s Day. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – Many decisions await the Cowboys this offseason. Read

How many of their 20 upcoming free agents will return? What will their draft class look like at the end of April? Read

Teams seem to turn over roughly one-third of their roster every offseason, and player development is an important focus for the Cowboys’ coaching staff. It’s the ‘next man up’ philosophy head coach Jason Garrett preaches when players get injured. Read

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La agencia libre está a la vuelta de la esquina así que decidí calificar al grupo de los agentes libres de los Cowboys. La cuenta es regresiva, de menor a mayor valor/importancia. A continuación están cuatro de la lista de un total de veinte. Read

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JIMMY HILL
CHICAGO, IL
Do you think anyone is going to make a serious play at David Irving? If so what would a team have to give up to take him away from the Cowboys? Read

Bryan: Irving is an exclusive rights free agent, which means he has two or fewer accrued seasons in the league. The Cowboys can retain him by tendering him a minimum offer based on those accrued seasons. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – Monday’s news of the Cowboys’ contract restructures was fitting timing. Read

No, it doesn’t mean any deals are imminent or anything crazy is about to happen. But it’s a reminder that the new league year is right around the corner. The NFL opens for 2017 business on March 9, when all teams must be under the salary cap and ready for free agency. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – To create salary cap room ahead of the 2017 league year, the Cowboys have restructured the contracts of All-Pro offensive linemen Tyron Smith and Travis Frederick. Read

In recent years the Cowboys have restructured contracts of franchise cornerstones to create cap space by converting a portion of a player’s scheduled base salary into signing bonus money. Doing such with the Smith and Frederick deals will reportedly create about $17 million in cap space this year. Read

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CHRIS BAYMON
SPRINGFIELD, MA

I know how much this club loves free agents without breaking the bank. What do you think of a Sam Shields signing. I think he'd be a great fit for this team and would fill a need without having to reach in the draft. Read

Bryan: I am always worried about players that have to deal with concussions. I don't think it's a reach in this draft to find good players that are healthy, especially at cornerback. I am going to take my chances there first.  Read

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FRISCO, Texas – This is the reality of NFL football at the end of each season: players will return the next season, maybe even the majority of the roster, but that exact same team will never play together again. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – The No. 1 question being asked, deliberated and anticipated as this 2017 offseason begins picking up steam unquestionably is this: Read

         What will the Dallas Cowboys do with 14-year veteran, four-time Pro Bowl quarterback Tony Romo? Read

         Will they trade him, and if so where? Read

         Will they simply release him? Read

         Will they designate him for a post-June 1 release? Read

         Will they keep him? Read

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FRISCO, Texas – In this league, success is defined by championships. Read

The Cowboys have obviously won five, but it’s been more than 20 years since this franchise has hoisted the coveted Lombardi Trophy. Read

But that doesn’t exactly mean the Cowboys have had just five great teams in their storied history. Read

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With the NFL offseason now officially underway, it’s never too early to start focusing on the next order of business, which is free agency. The Cowboys have 20 unrestricted free agents who can sign with other teams starting on March 9, unless they strike a new deal with the Cowboys before then. Read

Over the next two weeks, DallasCowboys.com staff writers will break down each free agent, analyzing their strengths and weaknesses and the possibilities of a return in 2017. Read

Today, we’ll continue the series with quarterback Kellen Moore. Read

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LARRY O’PELLA
GEORGETOWN, TX

Rumors are reported that Tony Romo will be released.  If Jerry is willing to do that, why not give Romo the chance to compete in camp for the starting QB role? If Romo wins the role, then he deserves it and Dak is ready/learning as the back-up.  If Dak wins, then release Romo for the cap savings. Read

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