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The Dallas Cowboys should be looking to be aggressive in free agency for the first time in a long time.
They are a team that rarely makes moves for top-tier free agents from other teams.
But, after losing in the Divisional playoffs, the Cowboys must find a few players that can help get them over the top.
One of those players might be former Los Angeles Rams linebacker Bobby Wagner.
According to Jane Slater, the Cowboys and Wagner have had “initial conversations” about a potential deal.
I can confirm #Cowboys have had what is described as “initial conversations” with LB Bobby Wagner but this is once again a “does the money and value make sense” situation for both parties per a source informed
— Jane Slater (@SlaterNFL) March 13, 2023
The Cowboys were linked to Wagner last offseason, but it was clear he was out of their price range.
It will be interesting to see what his contract demands are this time around as he is another year older.
Even entering his age-33 season, Wagner should be one of the most sought-after linebackers on the market.
He can still play at a high level as we saw last season.
Wagner recorded 140 total tackles, a career-high 6.0 sacks, and was named second-team All-Pro.
Dallas needs help at linebacker as well, so them making a play for Wagner would make a ton of sense.
Also, the All-Pro linebacker has a history with Cowboys defensive coordinator Dan Quinn.
They worked together for many years in Seattle, and Wagner is familiar with the defense Quinn runs.
It might be time for the Cowboys to finally pay up for an impact free agent.
Wagner fills a need, and he could help take their already good defense to another level.
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