The Dallas Cowboys have had a relatively quiet, yet productive, 2014 offseason, but their work isn’t finished just yet. It’s still very possible that they'll bring in another bargain bin free agent or two, and they’ll of course look to upgrade their roster via the draft.
The Cowboys have done a nice job of addressing a couple weaknesses, but there are still plenty of holes to fill, particularly on the defensive side of the ball. They need to do more to upgrade their pass rush, with multiple options available in both free agency and the draft.
As was the case to start free agency, the Cowboys’ top priority should always be finding value. For both free agents and rookies, that means securing players whose expected production exceeds their cost. The “cost” for free agents is their contract, while for rookies it’s both their contract and draft slot.
With that said, let’s examine the Dallas Cowboys’ top five remaining offseason priorities.