As far as the Dallas Cowboys are concerned, the world is their oyster.
The Cowboys own the No. 4 pick in the upcoming NFL Draft, and could address multiple needs with that pick. Not only could the Cowboys use that pick to draft Tony Romo's eventual successor, they could use the pick to improve on defense as well.
However, there is one position that the Cowboys are likely to ignore in the first round, and that is defensive end. To be specific Joey Bosa.
It appears the Cowboys aren't sold on the defensive end from Ohio State, who is considered one of the best prospects in the draft. According to a report from Lance Zierlein of NFL.com, the team will not be drafting Bosa.
"I don't believe the Dallas Cowboys will draft Joey Bosa," Zierlein said according to NFL.com. "I've heard that they're not in love with Joey Bosa. I don't think Joey Bosa is going to be a Cowboy."
With Greg Hardy seemingly not part of the team's long term plans, and Randy Gregory set to serve a four-game suspension to start the year, the Cowboys are in desperate need of pass-rushers.
However it appears they simply aren't sold on Bosa, and while drafting him may not be completely out of the question, this latest report makes it seem very unlikely.
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