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The Dallas Cowboys need to improve their roster this offseason.
The fans know it, the front office knows it, and clearly, the players do too.
After falling to the San Francisco 49ers in the divisional round, one weakness that showed up in that game was a lack of weapons.
Dallas needs to fortify their offensive skill players, and give quarterback Dak Prescott more to work with.
Well, cornerback Trevon Diggs has an idea of someone that might fit into the Cowboys’ offense.
That is his brother, Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs.
Trevon Diggs posted an edit of Stefon Diggs in a Dallas Cowboys jersey on his Instagram story.
(via @TrevonDiggs) pic.twitter.com/uAy1L3KSOw
— RJ Ochoa (@rjochoa) February 16, 2023
Trevon has been open about wanting to play with his brother, and there is a need at receiver on the Cowboys.
Dallas’ front office tried to acquire a wide receiver before last season’s trade deadline before they all fell through.
Also, they were one of the top teams interested in Odell Beckham Jr.
But, trying to get Stefon off the Bills is easier said than done.
He is not expected to be a free agent until the 2028 season, and the Bills have no reason to want to move him.
Stefon has been a big reason for the growth of Josh Allen, and they have great chemistry together.
But, there is no question the Cowboys need to upgrade at wide receiver this offseason.
Since Dallas rarely spends money on free agents, expect to see them active in the trade market.
If not Stefon Diggs, then someone like DeAndre Hopkins is expected to be available for trade.
Ultimately, the Cowboys need to help Prescott on offense.
His only star wide receiver is CeeDee Lamb and opposing defenses know that too.
Finding another elite playmaker on the outside should be the Cowboys’ number one priority.
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