The Dallas Cowboys have already upgraded their secondary this offseason, as the release of Terence Newman will feel like an "addition by subtraction" move paired with the $50 million signing of former Kansas City Chiefs defensive back Brandon Carr. With Carr locked in, now the Cowboys are taking aim at upgrading their last line of defense and their first target is former Jets safety Brodney Pool.
Story just sent to ESPNDallas.com #Jets S Brodney Pool coming to visit the #Cowboys.— Calvin Watkins (@calvinwatkins) March 14, 2012
Pool started in 6 games for the Jets last season and played in 14 overall finishing with 25 tackles and one interception. The Cowboys did sign former Jets safety Abram Elam last year, and could look to add Pool to the roster as soon as Thursday.
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