5 Cowboys Fighting for Their Roster Spots in 2022

NFL coaches love to tell you that competition happens at every spot on the roster every day. But we all know that some players’ job security is better than others.

Every player would love to waltz into this season with the same sense of security as Zack Martin, Micah Parsons, or Dak Prescott when it comes to their spot with the Cowboys.

But with 90 players currently signed and only a little over half of those eventually making the official roster, life is very different for the majority.

Some guys should feel especially threatened. It could be due to an expiring contract, an imbalanced salary cap hit, or just having gone too long without making a contribution or inspiring hope for the future.

G Connor McGovern

McGovern is entering his fourth season and, despite ample opportunities, has yet to push his way into a starting role. While he has value as a versatile backup, Dallas may decide it’s simply time to move on to newer prospects.

DT Trysten Hill

Most soured on Hill after a disappointing rookie season in which he fell out of favor with the coaches for poor work ethic. The staff turnover in 2020 seemed to be good for Trysten 

CB/ST C.J. Goodwin

It may seem sacrilegious to question Goodwin’s spot on the team after his last few years as one of the NFL’s best special teamers. 

S Donovan Wilson

Kings XI Punjab broke numerous records during 
their 97 run victory over Royal Challengers 
Bangalore in Match 6 of the Indian Premier 
League (IPL) 2020 in Dubai on Thursday. Kings 
XI's win was their first of this season.

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