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The Cowboys don't have Richard Sherman or Darrelle Revis on their roster, but that doesn't make their cornerback depth chart any less solid.
Orlando Scandrick was a 2013 Pro Bowl snub after posting 12 pass defenses, two sacks, a forced fumble and 64 tackles. His hard work might not have earned him a trip to Hawaii, but it did move him up to the team's No. 2 cornerback slot.
Even though Morris Claiborne hasn't lived up to his first-round draft status just yet, he is still young at 24 years old and had a decent rookie year in 2012. The LSU product posted 55 tackles and eight pass defenses in 2012 before his sophomore slump last season. There is still plenty of time for Claiborne to become the corner Dallas drafted him to be.
The unquestioned top player at this position for the Cowboys is Brandon Carr, who has recorded six interceptions and more than 120 tackles since joining the team in 2012.
Like teammate Claiborne, he didn't exactly have a great 2013, but his talent hasn't gone anywhere. Dallas has more than a few corners who need to live up to their potential next season. It's that same potential many of these players possess. However, that makes cornerback a deep position, at least on paper.