The most popular buzz swirling around the Dallas Cowboys' free agency mill is that the team doesn't have enough salary cap space to sign any noteworthy free agents.
However, after restructuring players like quarterback Tony Romo and cornerback Orlando Scandrick, the Cowboys currently sit under the 2014 salary cap, according to Over the Cap. Further, the team is going to create more than enough cap space by either cutting or restructuring the deal for defensive end DeMarcus Ware, who currently holds a $16 million cap charge.
The Cowboys might not be big spenders in this free-agency period, but they aren't going to be inactive, either. Let's take a look at some of the buzz coming from Valley Ranch and whether or not we should buy or sell the hype.