2020 NFL Draft: Cowboys go off script in pre-free agency 7-round mock draft

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ARLINGTON, TEXAS – DECEMBER 29: Amari Cooper #19 of the Dallas Cowboys runs with the ball in the first quarter against the Washington Redskins in the game at AT&T Stadium on December 29, 2019 in Arlington, Texas. Will they replace him in the 2020 NFL Draft? (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

The Cowboys have some big holes to fill but that doesn’t mean they can’t make some splashes elsewhere, which they do in this 7-round 2020 NFL Draft mock

With free agency just around the corner, the Dallas Cowboys have a shot at filling many of the holes on their roster. Landing some of the big fish (which is unlikely given their recent frugal ways) or a key role player (more likely) could alter their plans in the 2020 NFL Draft.

However, we still don’t know how exactly they will attack the draft. The Cowboys have been busy trying to get things figured out with Dak Prescott and it seems as though the team and their star quarterback are nowhere near the same page.

After Prescott is taken care of — and yes, it will happen — they need to turn their attention to the next level of their own guys. Amari Cooper is set to hit the open market as is edge rusher Robert Quinn.

Cooper woke up the stagnant offense when he as added midway through the 2018 season and is fresh off the best statistical season of his career. And he had that much success despite battling injuries all season long.

As for Quinn, he led the team in sacks despite missing the first two games of the season. He isn’t the same caliber player DeMarcus Lawrence is at this point in their respective careers but he’s still one of the best edge rushers in recent history and is a savvy veteran capable of making a splash in any game.

Should they lose any of those guys, things will go differently in this draft. Unsure of what exactly will happen, we dive into another seven-round mock predicting what will happen should they take care of the players they want to keep.

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