Cowboys Urged to Sign Ex-Super Bowl Champion CB to $11 Million Deal

Bleacher Report suggests Cowboys should pursue free agent Bradley Roby.

Knox suggests focusing on cornerback depth after injuries to Lewis and Brown last season.

Knox suggests that the Cowboys should consider adding a fifth cornerback for depth, despite already having four experienced players in that position.

The cowboys' cornerback situation improves with Jourdan Lewis' activation.

Gilmore and Diggs make a great perimeter duo, with Bland adding depth inside and out. 

Roby was unexpectedly released by the Saints, according to Knox. Roby started 10 games for the Saints despite his ankle injury in the 2022 season. 

Knox believes the 31-year-old cornerback is still a skilled player who can cover receivers in different positions.

Targeting Roby may require Dallas to convince him to be a backup. Playoff opportunity and fair contract offer make it an easy sell.

The first-round draft pick joined the NFL in 2014 with the Denver Broncos. He won a Super Bowl in his second year and played in all 16 games during the 2015 season. 

Roby joined the Houston Texans after playing for the Broncos for five seasons.

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