The Dallas Cowboys enter the official beginning to revamping their squad on Tuesday, when they can start adding pieces to push an 8-8 finisher to contender under the watchful eyes of both owner/general manager Jerry Jones and head coach Jason Garrett.
The long-awaited arrival of NFL Free Agency is less than 24 hours away. Tomorrow morning, on March 13, teams can begin bidding for current NFL players without a team, hoping to woo them into another uniform for the 2012 season.
Names like Peyton Manning, Mario Williams and Mike Wallace (restricted) are somewhat there for the taking. But for the Cowboys, they must address a number of needs with a quantity-over-quality approach.
That being said, even if they must stretch and sign one big-name free agent to bolster an area of need, that has to be considered a success, especially with the draft as a fall-back for adding talent and depth.
Here are five studs Dallas should target as hunting season opens. Keep in mind, just one of these guys would be a major upgrade over their current Cowboy counterparts.
So in order of the impact they would make to this team, here it is.