This weekend and next, the Dallas Cowboys will be attending the prospect showcases as part of their preparations for the 2024 NFL draft. The annual Senior Bowl will be held in Mobile, Ala., with practices leading up to the game on Feb. 3. In addition, the East-West Shrine Bowl has been moved to Frisco and will take place on Feb. 1 at Ford Center.
As the spring schedule approaches, let's take a look at the top three needs for the Dallas Cowboys.
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Now, let's take a quick look back at the 2023 season. In January, the season came to a disappointing end.
In 2024, Kellen Moore is expected to join the Philadelphia Eagles, leaving the Los Angeles Rams behind.
As we continue our reflection on the 2023 season, let's start with what we learned in September.
While there has been concern about the Cowboys offense and the positions of the head coach and quarterback, the real concern for the 2024 season might be on the defensive side of the ball.
In November, the Cowboys experienced a five-game stretch that included a close loss to the Eagles followed by four consecutive wins.
Dak Prescott has been named as a finalist for two separate NFL Honors, along with three other Cowboys players who had a significant impact in 2023.
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As we look ahead to 2024, let's not overlook the upcoming NFL Conference Championships and the Super Bowl.
Turning back to the 2023 season, October taught us some valuable lessons.
Despite facing criticism after another postseason loss, Dak Prescott still has the support of Hall of Fame quarterback Troy Aikman.
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