Updated: Dallas Cowboys: Keep him or cut him?

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Updated Aug. 30: After the last preseason game against Miami, we've only changed our minds on a couple of players. And one of them wasn't Lance Dunbar, despite the UNT running back's 105 yards rushing. Check out our keeps and cuts, and let us know what you'd do as GM.

Updated Aug. 27: The Cowboys first cuts were announced Monday, and the most notable was receiver Raymond Radway (we would've kept him). Also cut: PK Delbert Alvarado, OT Levy Adcock, OT Tyrone Novikoff, CB C.J. Wilson, TE Harry Flaherty, RB Javarris Williams, WR David Little, LS Charley Hughlett. Placed on injured reserve: LB Caleb McSurdy, WR Donavon Kemp. Guard Kevin Kowalski (ankle) was moved to the "physically unable to perform" list. The team will cut down to its final 53-man roster Friday.

We decided to play general manager and cut the roster to its final 53. (Players are arranged by position, starting with QBs).

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