2012 NFL Draft: 5 Mid-Round Prospects Who Could Help Dallas Cowboys on Offense

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2012 NFL Draft: 5 Mid-Round Prospects Who Could Help Dallas Cowboys on Offense
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The Cowboys have made solid transactions to bring in help on offense. They've signed Kyle Orton to replace recently retired backup quarterback Jon Kitna. Also, the Cowboys signed Mackenzy Bernadeau and Nate Livings to plug holes on the offensive line.

Still, the Cowboys have needs to address on their talented offense in the draft. They may want to find someone to fill Laurent Robinson's spot as a deep-threat receiver. Drafting a center would be good.

Since many holes need to be filled on defense, the Cowboys may not need to address these needs until the middle rounds. Even though Jerry Jones may wait to draft offensive players, he could get starters or key role players in the middle rounds.

Follow along for a list of possible impact players Jones could grab for the Cowboys in the middle rounds.

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