The NFL draft process continues with the pro days throughout March and early April. Even though the Combine is over, there's still plenty of evaluating and tape-watching left before teams make their final decisions, to say nothing of next week's free agency period.
The Cowboys' offensive line really hindered them last season. Tony Romo did his best to escape from behind the constant pressure from opposing defenses, but the interior of Dallas' offensive line needs an upgrade. Enter Chance Warmack, the best offensive guard in the draft.
Warmack is highly regarded as one of the best guard prospects in years, but North Carolina's Jonathan Cooper is starting to close the gap on him, and there's some speculation that he may even be drafted ahead of Warmack. Regardless, this is a solid pick for the Cowboys that fills an immediate need.
They could use the later picks to address a defense that's transitioning to a 4-3 under Monte Kiffin. In addition, they released starting safety Gerald Sensabaugh, meaning they could take a long look at Kenny Vaccaro if he's available here.
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