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Cowboys Are Said to Make a “Brazen Trade Selection” in the NFL Draft

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This week, a number offseason used the free market to meet their summer needs. In the meanwhile, Dallas’ inaction may have a significant effect on the NFL Draft and the Cowboys’ strategy.

There are supporters (and Cowboys family members) who are upset with Dallas’ draft-and-develop strategy.

To fill a significant void in their roster, the Cowboys are reportedly considering a “bold” move up in the latest mock draft by Sports Illustrated.

Olu Fashanu, an offensive tackle from Penn State, would be selected by Dallas with the No. 12 choice in a hypothetical trade with the Denver Broncos.

“It looks like the Tyron Smith era is over in Dallas, which means it’s time for the Cowboys to find a new blind-side protector for Dak Prescott,” reports Sports Illustrated.

“Even in a fairly deep offensive tackle class, the Cowboys might be tempted to make a bold move up if a high-upside prospect like Fashanu is still on the board here.”

Scouts see Fashanu as a classic left tackle because of his length and quickness. Fashanu, who is thought to be a first-round selection, did have a thigh issue during the NFL Combine that prevented him from participating in drills until later. On March 15, Fashanu is anticipated to be well enough to take part in the Nittany Lions’ pro day.

With Tyron Smith’s potential comeback as a “door open,” Dallas’ roster needs for the 2024 season may be topped by the premium position of left tackle.

Under head coach Mike McCarthy, there is still much work to be done in Dallas to reassemble a team that wants to fight for the championship in year four with quarterback Dak Prescott.

A projected trade up may make sense if Dallas decides not to re-sign Smith or get an experienced tackle in free agency.

The Cowboys will have seven selections in the upcoming 2024 NFL Draft, which takes place in Detroit on April 25–27.

At number 24 overall, Dallas holds a first-round selection.

This week, a number of teams used the free market to meet their summer needs. In the meanwhile, Dallas’ inaction may have a significant effect on the NFL Draft and the Cowboys’ strategy.

There are supporters (and Cowboys family members) who are upset with Dallas’ draft-and-develop strategy.

To fill a significant void in their roster, the Cowboys are reportedly considering a “bold” move up in the latest mock draft by Sports Illustrated.

Olu Fashanu, an offensive tackle from Penn State, would be selected by Dallas with the No. 12 choice in a hypothetical trade with the Denver Broncos.

“It looks like the Tyron Smith era is over in Dallas, which means it’s time for the Cowboys to find a new blind-side protector for Dak Prescott,” reports Sports Illustrated.

“Even in a fairly deep offensive tackle class, the Cowboys might be tempted to make a bold move up if a high-upside prospect like Fashanu is still on the board here.”

Scouts see Fashanu as a classic left tackle because of his length and quickness. Fashanu, who is thought to be a first-round selection, did have a thigh issue during the NFL Combine that prevented him from participating in drills until later.

On March 15, Fashanu is anticipated to be well enough to take part in the Nittany Lions’ pro day.

With Tyron Smith’s potential comeback as a “door open,” Dallas’ roster needs for the 2024 season may be topped by the premium position of left tackle.

Under head coach Mike McCarthy, there is still much work to be done in Dallas to reassemble a team that wants to fight for the championship in year four with quarterback Dak Prescott.

A projected trade up may make sense if Dallas decides not to re-sign Smith or get an experienced tackle in free agency.

The Cowboys will have seven selections in the upcoming 2024 NFL Draft, which takes place in Detroit on April 25–27. At number 24 overall, Dallas holds a first-round selection.

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