Randy Gregory and La'el Collins have generated the buzz but the relatively unheralded first round selection of cornerback Byron Jones could give Dallas the boost it needs at greater position of need to compete for Super Bowl 50.
The division as a whole drafted well but Jerry Jones' gamble on talented but troubled edge rusher Randy Gregory makes the the Dallas Cowboys the club to watch yet again.
In an unofficial list of selected meetings -- involving either a player's personal visit to the team or a private workout at the player's campus -- NFLDraftScout.com shows that the Cowboys are targeting their needs by seeing six running backs, 11 defensive ends/outside linebackers and 11 defensive backs.
When the Dallas Cowboys are On the Clock with the No. 27 pick of the NFL Draft April 30 in Chicago, who should they take?
NFLDraftScout.com dissects the recent draft history of the Dallas Cowboys, who found 11 players in the past five drafts who were starters on the 2014 NFC East champions' roster. We made every pick for Dallas in the upcoming draft, but who would you select with the Cowboys' seven picks in 2015?
Taking snaps from under center, Baylor's Bryce Petty completed 69 of 77 passes on the day, impressing scouts and presumably the quarterback coaches of the Colts, Cowboys and Seahawks, each of whom a source says were among the big names on hand for the workout.

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