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NFC scouting director calls out the Cowboys!

Plenty of people are confused by their offseason so far.

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The Dallas Cowboys haven't made any significant additions to their roster so far this offseason, which seems to fly in the fact of what team owner and general manager Jerry Jones indicated was the plan. 

"We will be going all in," Jones said shortly after the season ended at the hands of the Green Bay Packers in a stunning playoff loss. "I would say that you will see us this coming year not build it for the future."

However, with the 2024 NFL Draft coming up, there's been a puzzling lack of moves from the team, something that one NFC analyst called out in a blunt critique. 

”I don’t really understand the plan there so far this offseason, but there’s a lot weighing on this draft, and they seem to be confident about finding a bunch of starters,” said an NFC scouting director about Dallas’ lack of involvement in free agency and potential approach to the draft. "Graham Barton (Duke) and Jackson Powers-Johnson would be plug-and-play options along the interior, and drafting either would allow Tyler Smith to move to left tackle. But don’t sleep on Dallas doubling up and selecting two offensive linemen early in the draft. Cooper Beebe (Kansas State) and Dominick Puni (Kansas) are Day 2 options who have the potential to be early starters."

So.....what exactly are the Cowboys doing? 

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