Although the Dallas Cowboys has had a disappointing offseason, quarterback Dak Prescott isn’t concerned.
Prescott shared his thoughts on the offseason with reporters at a local Faith Fight Finish Foundation event.
Dak Prescott, Cowboys quarterback, isn’t ready for his full thoughts about the Cowboys roster.
Prescott believes that there will be more moves since free agency has just begun and the NFL Draft is next month.
“Things happen, things change. I think it will be to that standard here soon. Obviously, things aren’t done. Free agency isn’t done, the draft’s not done, so a lot of the roster is to come,” Prescott said.
Dak Prescott on the Cowboys’ current roster: “Things happen, things change. I think it will be to that standard here soon. Obviously things aren’t done. Free agency isn’t done, the draft’s not done, so a lot of the roster is to come.”
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This roster has seen a lot more turnover since the season ended.
The Cowboys traded Amari Cooper, a star receiver, to the Cleveland Browns to make way for Michael Gallup. They’ll be a formidable duo with CeeDee Lamb and Amari Cooper, even though they will likely need another receiver.
Dallas also made the decision to sign La’el Collins, the tackle. Collins was released by the Cincinnati Bengals last week.
Terence Steele will take Collins’ place and move forward.
Dallas has yet to play another game for over five months, so we’ll wait and see what the front office has planned for this offseason.