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(Editor’s Note: With less than a week until the start of the 2017 NFL Draft on April 27, the staff of DallasCowboys.com intends to preview the landscape of possible Cowboys draft picks – from the first round to the last. Today’s featured player is Wisconsin’s T.J. Watt.) Read

Name: T.J. Watt Read

Position: Defensive End Read

College: Wisconsin Read

Height/Weight: 6-4/252 Read

Honors: In 2016, his only year as a starter, Watt was named an All-American by various media outlets. Read

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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 Nick Eatman, columnista para DallasCowboys.com, responden las siguientes preguntas de los fans). Read

Carlos Delgado
Guanajuato, México
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¿Qué posibilidades hay de que los Cowboys seleccionen a un receptor o a un ala cerrada en el draft? Read

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DONALD LEWIS
WASHINGTON D.C.

Do you think teams are going to draft quarterbacks higher than they should because of Dak's success? Read

Bryan: Not at all. Teams draft quarterbacks because they need them. You put them on the board and if they're there - you take them.  Read

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ADDISON, Texas – Perhaps it’s fitting that Jason Witten began crafting his 700-word farewell to Tony Romo on a plane ride. Read

They first met in 2003 on a post-flight shuttle for new Cowboys rookies arriving to Dallas. Over the next 14 years they flew thousands of miles together on more than 100 Cowboys road trips. Read

In early April, a couple days after the team released its former franchise quarterback and Romo announced his new broadcasting career as lead NFL analyst for CBS, Witten was alone with his thoughts on a flight back from The Masters golf tournament. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – DeMarcus Ware said he hasn’t spoken to Tony Romo in the last few weeks. Read

But he gets it. Read

He knows what his former teammate his going through because he’s basically going through the same process. Read

Ware and Romo, teammates on the Cowboys for nine seasons, have both decided to retire this month for similar reasons. Injuries have caught up to both of them, maybe not to the point where they can’t play anymore, but not to the level they’re used to. Read

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(Editor's Note: April is here, which means the first wave of free agency has passed and the NFL Draft is just around the corner. DallasCowboys.com’s 11-part series analyzes every position on the Cowboys’ roster at this point in the offseason: free-agent additions and subtractions, draft possibilities, returning players and question marks. The series concludes with safeties.) Read

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Roster Holdovers: Well, that happens to be one of the defining storylines of this entire offseason. Read

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(Nota: El contenido original fue escrito por David Helman, escritor para DallasCowboys.com, y traducido al español para SomosCowboys.com) Read

FRISCO, Texas - Los Cowboys no son ciegos a las necesidades de su lista, y no parecen tener oídos sordos a las críticas que los han seguido desde el período de agencia libre. Read

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(Editor’s Note: With less than a week until the start of the 2017 NFL Draft on April 27, the staff of DallasCowboys.com intends to preview the landscape of possible Cowboys draft picks – from the first round to the last. Today’s featured player is Connecticut’s Obi Melifonwu.) Read

Name: Obi Melifonwu Read

Position: Safety Read

College: Connecticut Read

Height/Weight: 6-4/224 Read

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GARY DAVIS
FRESNO, CA

Every week or so when the mock drafts come out at least one seems to have Charles Harris going to the Cowboys at No. 28, but I've heard almost nothing about him except in passing on your podcasts over the last couple weeks, good or bad. Should I be encouraged or dissuaded if he's the pick at 28? Read

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With just a few days left before the 2017 NFL Draft, Bryan Broaddus has finally finished the ranking of his top 50 prospects in this year’s class. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – Cowboys officials aren’t blind to the needs of their roster, and they don’t appear to be deaf to the criticisms that have followed them since the free agency period. Read

It’s been roughly six weeks since the new league year started, back when the Cowboys lost five defensive starters to the frenzy of the open market. In the time since, they’ve had plenty of time to think about the personnel changes, and how they want to go about replacing them. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – The Cowboys found their next franchise quarterback with a fourth-round compensatory draft pick last year. Read

Could they spend another pick this year on a developmental backup for 23-year-old starter Dak Prescott? Read

Team executive vice president Stephen Jones didn’t rule out that possibility during Monday’s pre-draft press conference. Read

With Tony Romo’s release in early April, the Cowboys now only have one quarterback under contract as a backup to Prescott: Kellen Moore. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – The Cowboys are still known as movers and shakers on draft weekend, even if their recent history suggests otherwise. Read

The front office has picked at their original draft position in each of the last three years – and team owner/general manager Jerry Jones suggested Monday that patience again might be the best approach as the team enters Thursday’s first round with the No. 28 overall pick. Read

“This is a real good year for staying put,” Jones said at the team’s pre-draft press conference from The Star in Frisco. Read

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FRISCO, Texas – For all the intrigue surrounding this year’s NFL draft, the loudest buzz in the Cowboys organization is about one of last year’s draft picks. Read

More than a year removed from undergoing major surgery on his injured left knee, Jaylon Smith is continuing to show signs of progress in his recovery. Given what that could mean for the Dallas defense, it’s a story that has garnered plenty of attention during the offseason. Read

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(Editor’s Note: With less than one month until the start of the 2017 NFL Draft on April 27, the staff of DallasCowboys.com intends to preview the landscape of possible Cowboys draft picks – from the first round to the last. Today’s featured player is Michigan State’s Malik McDowell.) Read

Name: Malik McDowell Read

Position: Defensive End/Tackle Read

College: Michigan State Read

Height/Weight: 6-6/295 Read

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DeMarcus Ware regresa a su casa en Dallas para retirase oficialmente como un Cowboy. Read

Los Cowboys tuvieron una conferencia de prensa para anunciar que Ware ha vuelto a firmar con el equipo y será puesto en la lista de reserva/retirado. Read

Ware fue reclutado por los Cowboys en su 11º selección global del draft 2005 y desde ese entonces jugó sus primero nueve años con el equipo, convirtiéndose en el líder en capturas de la franquicia azul y plata. Read

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FRISCO, Texas - DeMarcus Ware is finishing his career where it all began. Read

Well, not exactly the same spot since the Cowboys have a new headquarters in Frisco, where they have announced Ware has re-signed with the team to own his rights as he will be placed on reserved/retired. Read

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REUBEN JOHNSON
NASHVILLE, TN

Last season Tyrone Crawford was moved to left defensive end due to injury. If he is moved back inside to a more natural three-technique position, does he automatically replace Maliek Collins? I personally think Collins is a better player with a higher upside. Your thoughts? Read

Bryan: You have an interchangeable piece with Collins. I wouldn't worry about where he plays because he will be just fine, because he's proven that. The guy they need to step up his game is Cedric Thornton.  Read

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DALLAS – On a night to support the research for pediatric cancer research, Cowboys stars – past and present – took the runway along with other local celebrities for “Broadway Nights and Runway Lights” Friday night in Dallas. Read

The 29th annual Children’s Cancer Fund gala featured four Cowboys quarterbacks, including Roger Staubach, Troy Aikman and Jason Garrett. Current starting quarterback Dak Prescott was also in attendance, as was safety Byron Jones. Read

The event also included more than 75 cancer patients and survivors. Read

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