The defensive line position might have the most changes of all spots by next season. There are seven free agents on the defensive line, including Robert Quinn, Michael Bennett and Maliek Collins.
With so many free agents, the Cowboys have question marks at all positions, but no spot on the roster has more uncertainty than special teams, especially at kicker.
Dak's contract talks have taken center stage, but the reality is that the Cowboys have a lot of questions about their quarterback room, including their backup prospects.
The Cowboys might have major changes at the wide receiver position, or possibly none at all. That will depend on bringing back both Amari Cooper and Randall Cobb.
With free agents aplenty for the Cowboys, the safety position is one that raises eyebrows. Not only for uncertainty, but also for the potential high draft pick at this position.
The Cowboys certainly don't need to do anything drastic to their offensive line in 2020, but recent injuries make this a unit worth keeping an eye on.
Whether or not Jason Witten decides to return for another year, he is still a free agent and the Cowboys will have a decision to make. Keep the future Hall of Famer again or move on to Blake Jarwin?
The Cowboys have one of the best cornerbacks on the free-agent market, but there's a chance Byron Jones might not return in 2020. If that happens, what will the cornerback position look like?
The Cowboys have two players at the linebacker position who have made a Pro Bowl in the past two seasons. Still, there are plenty of question marks surrounding the position, from top to bottom.