Dallas Cowboys’ Cuts Change Entire Draft for Team

April 2, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Less than an hour ago, the Cowboys cut left tackle Flozell Adams and safety Ken Hamlin, leaving two important spots on the team without a starter. 
And Wade Phillips' offseason was going along so quietly. 
This pretty much changes the entire draft scheme for Dallas, but before we look into the future, let's look at who's already on the roster that can step in. 
At left tackle, Doug Free seems to be the only logical option (although, cutting Adams wasn't logical, so who knows). Free played LT when Adams went down with a calf injury in the divisional playoff against Minnesota.
Free played about as well as any other Cowboys offensive lineman did in that game, which isn't saying much considering Tony Romo spent the rest of the game running for his life. However, he did do just fine on the right side when Marc Colombo went down, so Jerry Jones may be thinking the transition from one side to the other won't take long.
Behind Free are a bunch of qu...

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