The Cowboys finished last week with their most important free-agent signing of the offseason, agreeing on a deal a massive deal with DeMarcus Lawrence on Friday.
D-Law and the Cowboys will officially the sign deal Tuesday, with a press conference to follow at The Star at 1 p.m., which will be streamed live on DallasCowboys.com.
Lawrence is expected to ink the five-year, $105 million deal that will guarantee the defensive end over $65 million.
While the player-acquisition window never truly closes, securing Lawrence could be the final big move by the Cowboys before the NFL Draft. Usually, teams will take a break in signing players just to focus on the draft.
The Cowboys have addressed several key positions here in free agency, from the signing of Jason Witten at tight end, to re-signing swing tackle Cameron Fleming, to adding more D-line depth in Kerry Hyder and of course, Robert Quinn. The Cowboys replaced the departure of Cole Beasley with veteran Randall Cobb and even added safety help in George Iloka.
That's a lot of ground that was covered by the Cowboys, who actually had a slow start to free agency.