Dallas Cowboys: Reviewing the 2012 NFL Draft

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Dallas Cowboys: Reviewing the 2012 NFL Draft
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The Cowboys signed a very good cornerback this offseason with the five-year, $50.1 million deal inked for Brandon Carr, but they still lacked a premier playmaker in their secondary. That gave the Cowboys reason and motivation to trade up to the No. 6 overall selection in the draft for LSU cornerback Morris Claiborne.

Claiborne is the best defensive player in the draft class, and he will make a huge and immediate impact on the Cowboys’ defense. That said, was trading up the best move for them to make, and did the Cowboys get the right players with the rest of their picks? Read through the following slides to find out.

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