The first week of free agency is in the books and the Dallas Cowboys didn’t bring in a whole lot of names from the outside. Such has been the way for the Cowboys in recent memory. They are more focused on re-signing their own and considering the players they had needing new deals (Dak Prescott and Amari Cooper leading the way) that’s a fair line of thought.
Still, though, bringing in talent is never a bad thing and the Cowboys clearly believe this to some degree as they agreed to terms with Gerald McCoy, Maurice Canady, and Ha Ha Clinton-Dix.
It’s possible that the Cowboys aren’t done. They might be hungry for more. Hungry for a snack, so to speak.
The Dallas Cowboys are reportedly “open” to the idea of Damon Harrison
You can never have enough defensive linemen in football. Dallas has already brought in Gerald McCoy, but if they can bolster the group even more that would make us all feel better. Somebody like Damon Harrison would go a long way in that regard.
Damon Harrison has played most of his career in New York (both for the Jets and Giants) and is coming off of a season and change with the Detroit Lions. He clearly is somebody that can help the Cowboys spare defensive tackle rotation.
Snacks has previously had fun on social media with regards to potentially playing for the Cowboys, but if it were to really happen there would be legitimate cause to celebrate. Adding him to the interior of the defensive line with players like Gerald McCoy (Trysten Hill too) would be a very good thing.