Expect Dallas Cowboys to Continue to Stay Quiet in Free Agency

March 12, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Cowboys have been very quiet in free agency so far, not even interviewing a player or showing the slightest bit of interest in anyone. And you should expect it to stay that way. 
The Cowboys have good reason not to jump the gun in free agency, but that doesn't mean they won't make a move eventually. Last year, the Cowboys took their time and landed safety Gerald Sensabaugh, defensive end Igor Olshansky, and linebacker Keith Brooking for under $30 million. 
The biggest reason why the Cowboys haven't signed anyone is that they have no pressing needs. Jerry Jones isn't shy about throwing money around, but he really has nowhere to throw it. The Cowboys retained everyone who was a restricted free agent and only lost Montrae Holland, who no one will miss. 
The final eight rules also tie the Cowboys' hands at this point. The price is still high on free agents, as we're about two weeks into the free agent period, and the Cowboys can only sign someone if they m...

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