PFW personnel analyst Nolan Nawrocki evaluates the strengths and weaknesses of Cowboys ORT Doug Free.
The talk of the Cowboys’ offensive line issues has extended from August into September.
The Cowboys already have decided on one change to their offensive line. More are in the offing.
The Cowboys' defense was horrible Sunday night, but the offensive line might be a bigger longer-term concern.
The Cowboys reached a four-year, $32 million agreement with OLT Doug Free, re-signing their top free agent.
The longer the lockout has lingered, the greater the chances have become of OLG Kyle Kosier returning to the Cowboys.
The Cowboys very likely will throw first-rounder Tyron Smith out at right tackle the way a parent throws a kid in the deep end of the pool.
The Cowboys say it has badly wanted to get on the horn with the agent for OLT Doug Free and keep him around a while longer.
The Cowboys have given OLT Doug Free a first- and third-round one-year tender, the highest-level tender possible.
OLT Doug Free quietly had a strong season, but the rest of the Cowboys' offensive line needs work.
It would be easy to write off the Cowboys' 1-3 start as a result of a lack of discipline, but Dallas also is suffering through some poor play by players who were thought to be key pieces.
The focus of attention in Dallas could turn predominantly toward OLT Doug Free, who faces two major tests in the next two games.
Contrary to what the critics say, Patriots WR Randy Moss is a smart player, says an NFL insider in "Audibles," because he runs hard when the situation requires it.
The rumored plan of moving OLT Branden Albert to right tackle if the Chiefs draft a tackle early would be tantamount to having two inexperienced starters at the OT positions, says K.C. OLG Brian Waters in this week's ...
The immediate reaction from the playoff loss was that the O-line must be the area the Cowboys must focus the most on improving in the offseason.