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The Dallas Cowboys‘ offseason is in full swing. And with free agency scheduled to kick off next month, the focus shifts to addressing need on their roster.

While the future of names like quarterback Dak Prescott and defensive end Aldon Smith in Dallas will undoubtedly dominate headlines, there are a handful of Cowboys who may have played their final snap in the NFL.

L.P. Ladouceur, LS
One of the oldest players in the NFL at the age of 39, Louis-Philippe Ladouceur has been a stalwart of the Cowboys’ special teams unit as a long snapper since 2005. His importance to every facet of the kicking game is immense. Ladouceur also owns the record for the most NFL games played by a Canadian (253).

And while there is no indication Ladouceur will elect to retire this offseason, you have to believe it’s a consideration every season based on his age alone. That’s likely why he’s signed a series of one-year contracts over the last three seasons.

Tyrone Crawford, DL
The career of defensive lineman Tyrone Crawford in Dallas has been one of constant criticism from fans. That after Crawford inked a massive six-year, $45.6 million contract in 2015 to be the centerpiece of the then Rod Marinelli-defense.

Yet, Crawford’s play never lived up to his lofty salary averaging less than three sacks per season, and never recording more than 5.5 sacks in a single year. That made him an easy target for both fans and the media.

Despite the public outcry, Crawford was able to carve out a niche for himself as a utility player across the defensive line, filling in wherever he was needed. Following double hip surgery last offseason, and after playing out the entirety of the abovementioned contract, Crawford is reportedly considering retirement.

Sean Lee, LB
A two-time Pro Bowler and former second-round selection out of Penn State, the career of veteran linebacker Sean Lee is one of lost potential. Lee flashed that potential in 2016 after posting a career-high 145 tackles and 12 tackles for loss as a 15-game starter. He was named a first-team All-Pro that season.

Unfortunately, injuries have plagued Lee in Dallas, damaging what could have been a Hall of Fame ending. He’s missed 16 games in just the last three years alone and many more over his 11-year career.

Now 34-years old, Lee is considering retirement this offseason. If he does hang up the cleats, he will likely remain on the sidelines as he appears destined to find a second career in the NFL as a coach.

Credit: Steven Mullenax

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38 thoughts on “3 Dallas Cowboys who could have performed their last snap…”
  1. We don't need to draft nobody to put on the defense what we need to do is get a veteran that's release that's not playing and put them on the team to replace the safety spot and the corners back spot and bring somebody in that knows how to play the game and who can teach the ever defensive players how to really win and get to the Super Bowl championship and. I would bring in to help the Dallas Cowboys would be Richard Sherman and Earl Thomas not know Young college player that you would have to coach up to play on the football team of the Dallas Cowboys and that would take a year or two or three what are college player moisturizer to learn the system.

  2. yeah if this was his last year in the silver and blue he could try to retire come back is some type of an assistant defensive assistant coach yeah that's what Sean Lee could do.

  3. I say structure Lee's contract and make him a player coach transitioning to a full time coach. Draft some LB's. Try to get JJ Watt although I'd rather have a larger DT. Get at least one good tackle — a guy you can put in for 8 to 10 games if Smith stays.

  4. Just watching the2016 playoff game against the Packers. Dak had on the O-Line. Smith. Leary. Frederick. Free. Martin. Tony Romo as a back-up. Linehan calling plays. Written. Zeke.

  5. The thing about JOK is he would have had a hard time last year with the DL we were rolling out there.. our LB struggle with power and shedding blocks and filling, although JOK can do those things it’s not what makes him a great player and he will struggle with those same things at the next level if you don’t have legitimate DT’s in front of him. If you draft JOK that has to make you a player for a DT in free agency, 10+M at the position.

  6. I’ve always grew up as a Cowboys fan and it hurts to see stars such as Romo, Ware, Lee, Tyron Smith, and many others not walk away from this team without ever getting that ring. I know it happens outside of this team too, but I don’t really care about the other teams lol. To see Ware achieve that ring in Denver was really great but it would’ve been a whole lot greater to see it done in a Cowboys uni!

  7. Crawford, another example of over paying.

    Not quick enough for DE not big enough for DT.

    Yep he should be gone, good character but we need more there

    I hope Lee can have one more injury free year as we really need him after the poor play from Jaylon and LVE.

  8. Ty summers from tcu, might still be around when its Dallas pick, i also like rover linebacker from Notre dame
    But he'll probably be gone, i also like dt from new york gaints. I see you talk about is he a free agent

  9. I agree that Sean Lee played is last games as a cowboys player, but I think they should make him the linebackers coach. I seriously think it would help with these linebackers. What do you think @Law nation

  10. C’mo fellows we should all know the Cowboys organization by now. X Wood, Chido & Lewis are coming back. It’s just the way Jerry Jones does things 🤷🏻‍♂️

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