Cowboys: 3 players Dallas could trade before the 2020 season

Cowboys, Joe Looney
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Joe Looney

Longtime Cowboys’ center Travis Frederick decided to call it a career in the offseason. It is never easy replacing an All-Pro player on the offensive line but that is what Joe Looney or Connor McGovern were expected to do. Heading into the season, it was Looney that was expected but that could have changed following the draft.

Dallas made a big effort to trade up in the fourth round and draft Tyler Biadasz out of Wisconsin. This throws a wrinkle in the plan for Looney. He is a player that adds leadership and experience to an offensive line.

This is something that other teams could be interested in. This would also allow McGovern to replace Frederick at center and Biadasz could act as the backup.

The Cowboys are known for having a great offensive line led by Zack Martin and Tyron Smith. In 2020, they will have one of the top units once again even though it will look a little different. Do not be surprised to see Dallas make a move along the offensive line prior to the season.

3 Comments

  1. Joe Looney, no way. And Lewis, no also because you can’t have enough good DBs,,

  2. Jourdan Lewis has only missed one game in 3 seasons. Your numbers are super off there. He’s started in 13.

  3. You are fooling yourself….Hill is having a great camp, Lewis is third do and Looney starts at Center….where is your head….you know this team?

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