With a few dollars left in cap space, the Cowboys should look into these potential midseason moves. These three players are on the market, and could serve as a contributor for the team moving forward.
With Trysten Hill going down with a season-ending knee injury, the Cowboys are very thin at defensive tackle. Dareus is the best option on the market right now after Damon Harrison left for the Seattle Seahawks’ practice squad.
At 6-foot-3, 331 pounds, he won’t provide much as a pass rusher, but could clog up the middle to allow the linebackers to make more plays.
The Cowboys have been decimated with injuries and Travis Frederick’s retirement. The team lost both left tackle Tyron Smith and right tackle La’el Collins for the season. Brandon Knight and Terence Steele have picked up the slack, but the team is going to need some depth behind them.
Waddle could contend for playing time at right tackle. The 29-year old has spent time with the Lions, Patriots, and Bills.
Glenn is the former No. 21 overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. The Bills agreed to trade Glenn to the Bengals for the No. 12 overall pick and a sixth-round pick. He was named the starting tackle for the Bengals, where he started 13 games in 2018.
In 2019, the Bengals drafted Jonah Williams, which forced Glenn to move to left guard, but he was moved back to tackle after Williams suffered a season ending injury. On Week 2, he was named out for sustaining a concussion.
Glenn has a strange ending to his tenure. On Week 7, he was suspended for disciplinary reasons related to his treatment for his concussion. He was activated on October 21st, but then released in March.