Reevaluating Dallas Cowboys' Worst Player Contracts

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Reevaluating Dallas Cowboys' Worst Player Contracts
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The Dallas Cowboys' focus has been on adjusting their coaching staff to start the offseason. With some new people in place, it’s time to direct their attention to the current roster.

One issue the Cowboys have is getting the team under the 2014 salary cap. According to the projected cap number of $126.3 million, Dallas is $23.2 million over the limit.

In order to get under the cap, Dallas must give certain players pay cuts or restructured contracts. The first place owner Jerry Jones must look is at some of the "bad" contracts on his roster. Let’s take a look at Dallas’ worst player contracts and how they might be rearranged.

 

All statistics via Pro-Football-Reference.com unless indicated otherwise.

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