1. Taco Charlton
Would the Cowboys be willing to move on from Taco Charlton after only two NFL seasons?
Back in 2017 when Dallas used a first-round pick on the former Michigan star, expectations were rightfully high for him to quickly develop into the next defensive star at the NFL level.
Determining a player’s potential after only two seasons may seem unfair, but also the case can be made that Charlton has been a disappointment for the most part with only four career sacks heading into the 2019 season.
To top it off, Dallas acquired veteran Robert Quinn from the Miami Dolphins this offseason to provide another weapon on the defensive line, but could also take away playing time from Charlton on the field.
Most likely, the Cowboys would prefer to keep Charlton around since as mentioned before, it can be difficult to judge a player after only two seasons, but also it could be tough to turn down a future draft pick if a team like the Rams made an offer.
However, with the Rams proving last season with Dante Fowler Jr. that taking risks on former first-round picks can sometimes turn out for the best, why wouldn’t Charlton become an option if the Cowboys made him available?