Ah, the poor marks. If you’ve ever received a D or F in school, you probably feel like the players below: disappointed. We round out our review with the Dallas Cowboys players that underperformed, underachieved and down right stunk in 2014.
DE, George Selvie (unrestricted)
Selvie, if you’re reading this don’t feel bad, at least you received a passing grade. Selvie is one of the reasons the Cowboys need to think about drafting a collegiate defensive end in the upcoming draft. Despite his measly three sacks, the veteran end didn’t do much else in terms of pressuring the quarterback or stopping the run. One forced fumble, one pass deflection and only 19 total tackles is not what the ‘boys had envisioned when they signed him in 2013. At least that year he put up seven sacks to go along with 37 tackles. Look for Dallas to find Selvie’s replacement via the 2015 draft.
OLB, Bruce Carter (unrestricted)
DT, Nick Hayden (unrestricted)
FB, Tyler Clutts (unrestricted)
This is arguably the most important section for management to review, in terms of who they think is salvageable and worth keeping moving forward. Bruce Carter is the most unequivocally polarizing player listed.Read more... Join the Conversation...