This offseason has shown a big change in mindset from the Dallas Cowboys, and love it or hate it, their plan is clear. This organization wants to get its salary cap situation under control and get younger across the depth chart.
"If we don’t learn from what has bitten us then shame on us. Unfortunately, we have been paying guys who are over 30 years old a lot of money up front and it hasn’t worked for us," Cowboys Chief Operating Officer Stephen Jones told David Moore of The Dallas Morning News.
The coaching staff has also seen some shifting to a younger direction, with Rod Marinelli replacing Monte Kiffin as defensive coordinator. Kiffin will still work with the team as an assistant coach to the defense.
Through the team's offseason shifting, signings and releases, it's clear Dallas is attempting a new approach. While those moves will shape next season to some degree, there is still work to be done.
Let's break down what Dallas has been up to, but more so, what is still left to be done this offseason.