- Todd Archer, ESPN Dallas Cowboys reporter
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Position: Defensive end
2013 salary: $715,000
Summary: He was signed on Oct. 15 and played Oct. 20 against the Philadelphia Eagles. He started one game – at defensive tackle – and finished the season with 12 tackles, a sack, three tackles for loss and six pressures. He started the year with the San Diego Chargers, making three tackles and a sack in five games.
Why keep him: Depth, depth and more depth. Wynn wasn’t bad as a rotation player and he offered some position flexibility by being able to move inside if needed. While that is not his strong suit, he can get a defense through a game. His six pressures tied for sixth on the defense.
Why let him go: Not to be cavalier about a position that held the Cowboys back in 2013, but they can do better. Perhaps Ben Bass, who missed last season with a shoulder injury, can provide the depth they want from their defensive linemen and have more pass-rush ability. Plus, the Cowboys figure to address the position in the draft as well.
Best guess: He will be allowed to look around and if the Cowboys find themselves in a pinch later in free agency, they can give him a call.
Jarius WynnPosition: Defensive endType: Unrestricted2013 salary: $715,000Summary: He was signed on Oct. 15 and played Oct. 20 against the Philadelphia Eagles.