If there's one thing the Dallas Cowboys 2013 offseason will not be remembered for, it's the imported free-agent veterans acquired from around the NFL. When names like Justin Durant and Will Allen top the list of new talent, you know that FAs were not a critical part of the ''uncomfortable'' offseason that owner and general manager Jerry Jones promised upon the conclusion of last season.
With training camp now within a matter of days, Dallas needs to keep its eye on the few remaining veteran free agents who still have yet to find a gig for 2013. It's a safe bet that Jones is well aware.
Last month I offered a similar list, and even fewer are available now than just a few weeks ago.
Nonetheless, there are still a few names the Cowboys should consider, especially seeing as how the price tag for these players figures to keep dropping the closer we get to the preseason.
None of the following players likely represents a part of Dallas' long-term future but rather a stop-gap for a team that still has a few questions heading into Oxnard, California for camp.
While understanding that the Cowboys will likely pass on all of the following names, one or two could emerge as players that Dallas might wish it had at some point during the regular season. Each player mans a position that is not seen as being either a strength or very deep.