NFL free agency kicked off months ago, and the top names available are long gone.
But now that we're in the month of June, all NFL teams will be looking to cash in on the ''summer-sale'' on free-agent veterans who still don't have a home.
Obviously the Dallas Cowboys have done very little this offseason where spending money is concerned—they simply don't have much to work with. Well into free agency and also following the NFL draft, there are still a few positions that the Cowboys could afford to address provided the dollars are there.
As the price tag of available veterans is much lower than it was, it's possible that America's Team might be able to squeeze in one of the following players.
Following are five players, based primarily on cost and need, that Dallas could consider negotiating with. In an offseason that has some players and agents suspicious of elements of collusion amongst NFL owners, there is still some players available that in most other years would likely have been grabbed up by now.
Tackle Eric Winston does not make this list simply because he's likely to be too pricey for the Cowboys, even following the pay cut agreed upon by current right tackle Doug Free. But other players to follow generally represent nothing more than short-term, cheap rentals more than they would seem to be long-term answers.
A lack of space beneath the salary cap likely makes any of these moves strictly fantasy. But if Dallas creates some room as training camp approaches, any of these players could offer something positive.