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Dallas Cowboys’ free agents: Who will be re-signed, who will go elsewhere?

Cowboys middle linebacker Rolando McClain may have seen his two-year journey with Dallas end.
Cowboys middle linebacker Rolando McClain may have seen his two-year journey with Dallas end. Special to the Star-Telegram

A look at the Dallas Cowboys’ free agents:

Unrestricted

Player

Pos.

Age

Yrs

Mackenzy Bernadeau

OL

30

8

His ability to play both center and guard makes him a valuable backup.

Charles Brown

OT

28

6

With 2015 draft pick Chaz Green on the roster, Brown likely finds a home as a reserve tackle elsewhere.

Matt Cassel

QB

33

11

He likely won’t return, as the Cowboys seek heir apparent to Tony Romo.

Morris Claiborne

CB

26

4

The former first-round pick likely finds a bigger payday on the open market.

Tyler Clutts

FB

31

5

He played only 132 offensive snaps, but the Cowboys like having a fullback on their roster.

Jack Crawford

DL

27

4

Crawford has versatility and recorded 21 tackles and four sacks this season.

Lance Dunbar

RB

26

4

The Cowboys had plans for him in 2015, but he played in only four games.

James Hanna

TE

26

4

He has been the team’s best blocking tight end.

Greg Hardy

DE

27

6

Was he worth the trouble with only six sacks in 12 games, including two in the final eight weeks?

Nick Hayden

DT

30

7

He isn’t flashy, but he has a role at nose tackle with 47 starts in 48 games in three seasons with the Cowboys.

Rolando McClain

MLB

26

5

He failed to have as big of an impact this season as last season.

Danny McCray

S

27

6

He was a core special teams player.

Jeremy Mincey

DE

32

8

He is unlikely to return after two seasons.

Robert Turbin

RB

26

4

He signed Nov. 18, and the Cowboys praised his ability to pick up the offense quickly.

Casey Walker

DT

26

2

He played the final two games after being called up from the practice squad.

Kyle Wilber

LB

26

4

He made five starts at strongside linebacker.

Restricted

Jeff Heath

S

24

3

The Cowboys want him back as a backup safety and core special teams player.

Ron Leary

LG

26

3

He lost his starting job to La’el Collins, but he has experience with 35 career starts.

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