3 potential safety options for the Dallas Cowboys this offseason

The Dallas Cowboys are heading toward having an action-packed offseason. Aside from re-signing players, the Cowboys have some glaring holes on the roster that need to be addressed.

At first glance, Dallas is going to have an ample amount of money to spend in free agency with $79.3 million in cap space, per Spotrac. However, with Dak Prescott and others needing extensions, that money could dissipate rather quickly.

Among the team’s needs, the strong safety position is near the top of the list. When the new league year kicks off, both Jeff Heath and Kavon Frazier are set to hit free agency.

Regardless of whether or not the Cowboys retain either of them, they will use free agency or the 2020 NFL Draft as a way to bolster the position. Ahead of free agency, here are three potential safety options for the Cowboys this offseason.

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