Cowboys Reveal plan to replace Tyron Smith after injury, and it doesn’t include Andrew Whitworth

The offensive line of the Dallas Cowboys is a problem. Their depth was already in turmoil after the losss of La’el Collins, in free agency. Tyron Smith suffered a leg injury and has since been out of action. Smith was widely considered to be one of the top players in Dallas for next season. The team is now scrambling for a replacement for Smith’s offensive line.

Are the Cowboys searching for potential replacements to Tyron Smith? According to a report, Dallas is considering in-house options to strengthen their offensive line. They are also monitoring the roster cuts to find their replacements. One name was eliminated. ( via Josina Anderson).

Many Cowboys fans hoped that Andrew Whitworth, a veteran lineman, would be signed. These rumors were further fueled by Whitworth’s comments on television. According to Whitworth, however, his comments about TV were misinterpreted. This is more likely to mean that Big Whit won’t be going to Dallas.

In 2022, the Cowboys experienced one of their most forgettable offseasons. They lost Amari Cooper, Randy Gregory and other key players. They didn’t sign any big-name players, like their peers in the league. They seem to be feeling the effects of their offseason.

Without one of their top players, how will the Cowboys continue their season? They are very talented in the skill positions as well as on defense. Dak Prescott may have to play under more pressure this season without Smith.

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