Cowboys Wire Podcast: Why LB should be outlawed for No. 10, how covering football mutes fandom

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K.D. Drummond
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With the New York Jets shipping Sam Darnold to the Carolina Panthers, another huge shakeup in the makeup of the draft’s first round has come to pass. How does this impact the Cowboys at No. 10? What’s the legend of Sam Darnold in the eyes of Dallas and their fans?

Hosts Ryan O’Leary and K.D. Drummond discuss how the quarterbacks may fall and impact what’s available for the Cowboys. The big discussion? Why KD thinks it’s absolutely egregious for Dallas to consider taking Penn State linebacker Micah Parsons at No. 10. Runnning backs don’t matter? Linebackers really don’t matter.

In addition, we talk about grading the Cowboys’ moves in free agency and how they’ve managed the risk factor of being shoppers on the open market while their competitors are taking different approaches. Are they really committed to solving the safety position or are fans just starved of any action at all at the position? Tune in for the latest episode and don’t forget to hit the subscribe button.