When examining free-agent targets of the Dallas Cowboys headed into 2013, it all boils down to one thing: The Cowboys don't have any room.
Already over the $121 million cap by about $20 million, the Cowboys have to figure out how to get under the cap before they can even think about any free-agent targets.
Extending Tony Romo's deal, and reworking Brandon Carr's contract can save the Cowboys the $20 million they'd need to get back to even.
Then, releasing or reworking the deals of players like Miles Austin, Jay Ratliff and Doug Free could give the Cowboys a sliver of breathing room in free agency.
So with that in mind, let's take a look at a handful of possible targets.