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The Cowboys might not pursue the former Buccaneer Womens Taco Charlton Jersey , but they absolutely should.” />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal – WhiteBlogging The BoysBlogging The Boys, a Dallas Cowboys fan communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsLibraryCowboysOddsShopAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal – WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Dallas Cowboys NewsFiled under:Dallas Cowboys 2019 Free AgencyGerald McCoy would be the finishing touch on the Cowboys defenseNew,110commentsThe Cowboys might not pursue the former Buccaneer, but they absolutely should.CDTShareTweetShareShareGerald McCoy would be the finishing touch on the Cowboys defenseJonathan Dyer-USA TODAY SportsOn Monday, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers released defensive tackle Gerald McCoy, a move that had been in the works for a while. The team had been trying to trade their star defender as he doesn’t fit in new defensive coordinator Todd Bowles’ 3-4 scheme, but nothing materialized and McCoy was released. Not surprisingly, a lot of people on the Twittersphere began clamoring for their favorite team to go get McCoy, one of the best pass-rushing defensive tackles in the NFL the last eight years. And for the Cowboys, McCoy would likely fit right in given the similarities in scheme. But apparently it doesn’t seem likely that the Cowboys are going to make any push for the new free agent. Mike Fisher of 247 Sports reported that the Dallas front office has “very little interest” in McCoy and haven’t even had a formal meeting to discuss the possibility. That’s unfortunate, because the Cowboys absolutely should go after McCoy. Of course, a big part of this equation has to do with price, and if McCoy wants to be paid anywhere close to the $13 million he was due to make with Tampa Bay this year, Dallas should walk away. But if the Cowboys are able to get McCoy on a relatively cheap, one year “prove it” deal, then there’s no reason not to go after the 31-year-old defensive tackle. First of all Taco Charlton Jersey , McCoy would be an ideal fit in Rod Marinelli’s defensive line. Standing at 6’4” and 300 pounds with a nearly 34” arm length, McCoy has the length Marinelli likes. McCoy is also a terror in the middle of the line, where he exceeds as a one-gap pass rusher. From 2014 to 2015, McCoy played under head coach Lovie Smith, defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier, and defensive line coaches Joe Cullen and Mike Phair, all of whom have worked with Marinelli at length in the past. And for what it’s worth, McCoy had 8.5 sacks both of those years. Now, McCoy turned 31 earlier this year and is a little past his prime, evidenced by him recording just six sacks in each of the last two years. In a way, he’s a very similar player to Robert Quinn in that respect. Like Quinn, McCoy wouldn’t be asked to play every down, and would undoubtedly rotate in with Maliek Collins and Trysten Hill, among others. But McCoy’s skill and familiarity with what Marinelli asks his defensive linemen to do would make himinvaluable right away. Others might argue that signing McCoy makes no sense given Hill’s presence with their top pick in the draft. On the contrary, McCoy would only help Hill in the long run. Throughout his time with the Buccaneers, and even through the changes in coaching staffs Womens Demarcus Lawrence Jersey , McCoy has remained a positive locker room personality that goes above expectations to mentor younger players. Whether it’s mentoring fellow defensive tackles, staying late after practice to work with rookies, or working with the at-the-time newly-drafted franchise quarterback, Jameis Winston, McCoy has shown a willingness to do more than just play football. As a six-time Pro Bowler and four-time All-Pro selection, McCoy represents what the Cowboys hope Hill becomes. Why not have Hill spend his rookie season learning directly from McCoy? In addition to providing a spark on the defensive line, McCoy would serve as a valuable bridge player for Hill. Plus, as David Helman pointed out, the Cowboys could do well to amass a few more options at the position going forward:Now, McCoy is likely to end up in either Cleveland or New England, and the Cowboys’ lack of interest in him at this early stage seems to suggest they feel confident in their current group of defensive tackles. But getting McCoy on a bargain deal would the finishing touch on what could (and should) be a dominant defense in 2019. No team has more money invested in its offensive line than the Cowboys. According to spotrac.com, Dallas has $61 million of its cap committed to offensive linemen, almost $13 million more than the second-place spender, the Packers. The Cowboys have three first-rounders in their offensive line as well as a second-rounder and La’el Collins, who likely would have gone in the first round if not for some untimely and unfortunate circumstances beyond his control on the eve of the draft in 2015. It seems unlikely the Cowboys can afford to keep Collins after this season, and they prepared for his departure by drafting Connor McGovern in the third round this spring.But that hasn’t stopped Collins Leighton Vander Esch Jersey White , who is entering the final year of his deal, from hoping to remain in Dallas beyond 2019.“I would love to stay in Dallas my entire career,” Collins said during his second annual summer youth football camp in Louisiana, via Herbie Teope of . “I love the Cowboys, I love Mr. [Jerry] Jones; I love the Jones family. I love everything about the whole organization and what they’ve done for me as a person and as a player.“For me, it’s just all about going out there and taking it one day at a time, and proving myself, proving my worth, showing them that I want to be there by what I do and now what I say.”Collins, who is scheduled to earn a base salary of $6.5 million this season, has made 46 starts since the Cowboys signed him as an undrafted free agent. He began his career at left guard before shifting to right tackle.While Collins might prefer to remain with the Cowboys, it’s a good bet he will find more money waiting for him in free agency. That would leave the Cowboys to move Connor Williams — a second-round pick in 2018 — from left guard to right tackle in 2020, with McGovern playing left guard. Or if Williams better adjusts to playing guard, the Cowboys could play McGovern at right tackle. Williams and McGovern both played tackle in college.Either way, the Cowboys have prepared for the future and will have options if Collins leaves.
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