The Dallas Cowboys have made it a point to get younger across their roster, cutting multiple big-name veterans this offseason and emphasizing youth at nearly every position.
Just how young have the Cowboys gotten? They currently have just three players on the roster over the age of 30—Tony Romo, Jason Witten, and L.P. Ladouceur—but 37 players who are either 22 or 23 years old!
And perhaps the youth movement hasn’t ended just yet. The team still has a few veterans who are hanging on for dear life, knowing that in any sort of tiebreaker situation, the coaches are likely to side with the younger option. For a team in Dallas' position, there isn't a ton of incentive to hold on to low-ceiling veterans over high-upside youngsters.
Let’s take a look at five veterans on the Cowboys roster who could end up being camp casualties.