As the Cowboys scroll the free-agent market for possible players to fill empty slots, many hope that the team will be smart in how they approach the 2013 offseason.
Last year the Cowboys picked up former Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Brandon Carr for a sweet $50 million, a myriad of offensive linemen, a couple of linebackers and a number of undrafted players to help bolster their bench.
Because the Cowboys are $26 million over the cap this offseason, I'm sure they won't be as active this time around.
But just in case Jerry Jones decides to break out the checkbook for a few players who may help them in a run to the Super Bowl, I have a few suggestions.
Instead of giving a list of players Dallas should sign, let's give a positional breakdown of how strong the Cowboys are in each area.
For example, the Cowboys will not be in the market for a quarterback. So when looking at FAs to sign, we will give the quarterback position the grade of "A" because there is no need for a replacement.
Get it? Great! Let's get to it.