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With no Earl Thomas, the Cowboys should draft a safety and allow Xavier Woods to shine

With the Earl Thomas question settled, the Cowboys should turn to the draft, it was the right way all the time anyway.

In case you missed it, free agency is in full swing. All around the league, players are agreeing to deals that pay out huge sums of money. Nick Foles got $88 million over four years in Jacksonville, Landon Collins got $84 million over six years in Washington, and C.J. Mosley got $85 million over five years in New York (with the Jets, not that other New York team).

And then there’s the Cowboys. It shouldn’t be surprising that Dallas is continuing their recent trend of being conservative in free agency, but the big difference here is that they have some cap space this time around. They have made a few moves, mostly re-signing players and adding depth, but nothing big. To keep up with all the news, head over to our free agency tracker.

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