Dallas Cowboys Not Looking to Free Agency:
Dallas fans have been wondering since the Redskins game ended in Week 17 how the team was going to fix its problems—and they still are.
At one time the Dallas Cowboys were the team to beat. Opponents feared them, the fans loved them, and opposing fans hated to see them come to town. Now they are the team that should win, but does not. Opposing fans mark the Dallas game now because everyone loves to beat America’s team.
So how are they going to fix that? How are they going to become the champions that the team was once known for being?
The answer remains to be seen, but there is one thing that fans do know. The holes are not going to be fixed via free agency this season. Since it began the Cowboys have been incredibly quiet. In fact, the only player that has been signed is linebacker Anthony Spencer and he was hit with the franchise tag.
What Dallas has seen so far is somewhat of an exodus with a number of players leaving and finding new teams. Defensive end Marcus Spears is not with the Baltimore Ravens. Kevin Ogletree is now with Tampa Bay. Linebacker Dan Connor signed with the Giants and tight end John Phillips has moved on to San Diego...(for full post follow the above link to MVPTexas.com!)