With the cutting of D Ware, and the almost certain loss of Jason Hatcher and Anthony Spencer to free agency, do you all realize that there likely won't be a single player on Dallas's defense next year who is 30 or older?
On the offense, there will still be a few.
Tony Romo, at 33, will be the oldest player on the team.
LP Ladouceur, at 32, will be second oldest.
And Doug Free is 30.
And I don't expect Dallas to sign any free agents who will break the 30-year-old barrier. They've stayed away from them for the most part during Garrett's tenure, so don't expect it to change.
This is a very significant transformation. As a younger team, we should start being a healthier team. We should also be stronger at the end of seasons than we have been.
And we're almost free of the bad contracts, with Romo's deal probably the only truly bad one left.