A look at the Dallas Cowboys’ free agents:
His ability to play both center and guard makes him a valuable backup.
With 2015 draft pick Chaz Green on the roster, Brown likely finds a home as a reserve tackle elsewhere.
He likely won’t return, as the Cowboys seek heir apparent to Tony Romo.
The former first-round pick likely finds a bigger payday on the open market.
He played only 132 offensive snaps, but the Cowboys like having a fullback on their roster.
Crawford has versatility and recorded 21 tackles and four sacks this season.
The Cowboys had plans for him in 2015, but he played in only four games.
He has been the team’s best blocking tight end.
Was he worth the trouble with only six sacks in 12 games, including two in the final eight weeks?
He isn’t flashy, but he has a role at nose tackle with 47 starts in 48 games in three seasons with the Cowboys.
He failed to have as big of an impact this season as last season.
He was a core special teams player.
He is unlikely to return after two seasons.
He signed Nov. 18, and the Cowboys praised his ability to pick up the offense quickly.
He played the final two games after being called up from the practice squad.
He made five starts at strongside linebacker.
The Cowboys want him back as a backup safety and core special teams player.
He lost his starting job to La’el Collins, but he has experience with 35 career starts.