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@MJThrill: Are you worried Terence Newman's groin injury will be as troublesome for he and the team as in 2008?
Nick: Yes, I think the Cowboys would be foolish not to be concerned about that. Newman had a groin injury in camp and tried to rush it back. Once he did, it led to an even worse abdominal injury. I think you have to take that into consideration when his timetable is being discussed.
Josh: You would like to think the team will have that in mind throughout his recovery. The same athletic training staff is still here, and they'll remember how Newman struggled when he came back before being totally healed in '08. Then it only got worse and he had to have surgery. Every injury is different, of course, but it's impossible not to compare the two.
@sesmith840: Would it make sense to bring back Leonard Davis on a modest, short-term contract due to Montrae Holland's injury concerns and limitations?
Nick: I don't think it's the worst idea in the world. But then again, if that were the case, then the Cowboys could've just restructured the deal to make it work. We hear the term "progress stopper" a lot and I get the feeling adding Davis back might halt the growth of David Arkin and the other interior linemen.
Josh: Yeah, I kind of think they need to be looking at that. A one-year deal would work best, because I think they want David Arkin to be ready to play next year. Jerry Jones is right that Holland has never let the Cowboys down, but that sample size is awfully small, and with a little more exposure, opponents will find a way to take advantage of his lack of athleticism.
Mailbag: Is Re-Signing Hankins Now A Priority?
I'm excited with what the Cowboys have done so far this offseason, but I'm still worried about defensive tackle. Should re-signing Johnathan Hankins now be a priority?
Mailbag: How Will McCarthy Use Cooks, WRs?
With Mike McCarthy now calling plays, how do you see him making the best use of his new talent and the wide receiver group as a whole?
Mailbag: Why No Luxury Tax In the NFL?
Sports like basketball and baseball have a luxury tax if they go over the salary cap or a certain spending limit. Now that free agency has started, why doesn't the NFL have some kind of system like that?
Mailbag: What Will Zeke's Legacy Be With Cowboys?
Dak Prescott seemed to disagree last week when asked if he needed a new voice. Is there any worry that all this change might actually affect Dak negatively?
Mailbag: Gilmore, LVE, Dono? Best Move So Far?
The Cowboys are back under the salary cap thanks to reworking some contracts, but having some money to play with now, what do you think they'll do in free agency?
Mailbag: Do Top Free-Agent Lists Help Cowboys?
A recent list of top 101 Free Agents only contains four Cowboys, I think. Does that play into the hands of the team's front office?
Mailbag: Focus on Keeping Defensive Free Agents?
Wouldn't it be better to concentrate on retaining linebacker Leighton Vander Esch, safety Donovan Wilson and offensive tackle Terence Steele over tight end Dalton Schultz and running back Tony Pollard?
Mailbag: What Should Cowboys Do With Schultz?
I am most torn about Dalton Schultz But re-signing him will likely be expensive. How critical is Dalton Schultz to the Cowboys next season?
Mailbag: Will Change in Philosophy Affect QB?
Mike McCarthy stated that he doesn't want to be the No. 1 offense but the No. 1 team. I actually love this scenario, however, if that is the new plan, does that lessen the need for a $40 million quarterback?
Mailbag: Using Two Veteran RBs the Right Answer?
In today's NFL, should a team rely heavily on two "older" running backs who already have their share of wear and tear? Or is it better to maybe have at least one set of fresh legs?