NFL Free Agency 2010: Kevin Walter Would Fit as a Dallas Cowboy

March 4, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The uncapped 2010 free agency period is only hours away.
Teams are still scrambling to tender offers to keep restricted free agents from hitting the open market, and cutting ties with others to avoid big roster bonuses.
In Valley Ranch, this year’s free agency period promises to be a quiet time.
The Final Eight Plan will really limit the Dallas Cowboys’ ability to improve their team through free agency.
Similarly, the number of unrestricted free agents is significantly lower than normal because of the rules involving an uncapped season.
The limited number of opportunities means that Dallas has to get value with any new signings.
That is why the Cowboys should go after former Houston Texans wide receiver Kevin Walter.
Jerry Jones has not drafted a wide receiver in the first round since taking Alvin Harper with the 12th pick in 1991.
Jones believes that he does not get an immediate return on his investment from young wide receivers, and Jerry ...

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