Even though the Dallas Cowboys didn't have tons of money available for the free-agent signing period which began in March, the franchise has been busy making numerous changes to itself during an offseason that owner and general manager Jerry Jones predicted would be ''uncomfortable."
When taking the 2013 NFL draft into account, along with significant changes to the coaching staff, there's been a fair number of additions to the team that can be classified as both underrated and overrated.
The following is a look at new faces who will make immediate impacts on the Cowboys. There will be a big difference, however, in exactly how much impact these faces make, especially in 2013—things could certainly change moving beyond this coming season.
While the lack of dollars for free agency wasn't necessarily a bad thing, considering the spending habits of Jones, this season will rely on not just new faces, but young faces concerning players. Amongst new coaches, the faces aren't particularly young but rather very experienced, and this means an entirely new system for the defense and special teams units.
Let's see what might be under and overrated additions as we sit within a month prior to training camp in Oxnard, Calif.