If the Cowboys opt to splurge in free agency, here are the three players to consider.

With the offseason underway, the Dallas Cowboys can now begin to look at potential free agent players to help bolster their roster. 

The main issue is that the Cowboys' front office is rarely a major player in free agency. In the spirit of helping them out, here are three players to consider. 

We know they won't sign all of them, but perhaps they could reconsider their recent tactics and pursue at least one of them.

After last season's experiment with Tony Pollard as the main back failed to meet expectations, the running back position is in desperate need this year.

 With a struggling running game that failed to produce regular explosive plays, the offence became fairly one-dimensional, relying heavily on Dak Prescott and the passing game.

A few of the Cowboys' losses last season may have been avoided if the team had a far more efficient running back, particularly one who could physically impose his will on the opposition defence.

Henry's age works against him. He will be 30 next season, which has historically been the age at which running backs begin to suffer a significant reduction in production.

 Henry has now attempted over 2,000 rushes since joining the NFL in 2016. Since his 2,000-yard season in 2020, his production has decreased year after year.

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