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The Dallas Cowboys are one team that needs to make some changes this offseason.
After a year that saw them lose in the Divisional playoffs, Dallas needs to add some firepower to their offense.
Recently, the Cowboys made a few interesting moves to free up some cap space.
They restructured the contracts of both Dak Prescott and Zach Martin.
There is speculation going around that the Cowboys might be interested in a move for Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins.
Wonder if the Cowboys are going to try to make a move for DeAndre Hopkins? https://t.co/FCapgMEBgh
— Doug Rush (@TheDougRush) March 10, 2023
Hopkins is the exact type of player that the Cowboys need in their offense.
He is an elite playmaker and has some of the best hands in the NFL.
Seems like D-Hop incoming..
— Tyler O’Brien (@OBrien_10) March 10, 2023
Outside of CeeDee Lamb, the Cowboys do not have any star pass catchers.
It is hard to find a Cowboys fan that would not welcome Hopkins to the team.
if d hop goes to dallas ima be smiling real hard
— (@itsjustTaj_) March 10, 2023
Even though Hopkins will be 31 at the start of next season, he is the type of player that can be effective into his mid-30s.
But, if these moves are not for Hopkins, there is another star Dallas might be interested in.
That is Los Angeles Rams cornerback Jalen Ramsey.
Dallas needs a cornerback and Ramsey is one of the best in the NFL.
They probably want Ramsey
— Bruce Ceaser-Bennett (@cease25) March 10, 2023
The final player that the Cowboys have shown interest in is wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.
Dallas was interested in signing him last season, but he was not yet healthy.
Beckham is expected to be full-go for the 2023 season and another player the Cowboys should target.
— Tony Cicciarelli (@TonyTrublu) March 10, 2023
The Cowboys need to improve their roster this offseason and adding any of these three players would do that.
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