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Colin Cowherd Says This NFL Team Had the Worst Offseason By Far

Colin Cowherd: “Tyron Smith is a big loss. Think about from last year – they’ve now lost both tackles, a starting guard, two productive wide receivers – a #1 and a #3, and a top pass rusher. Michael Gallup is coming off an ACL tear, Zeke has been slowly declining for years, and the free agent receiver they acquired, James Washington, is out 6-10 weeks with an injury. And oh yeah, Mike McCarthy is still the coach. Of the 32 NFL teams, nobody from the end of last year until this morning with this news [Tyron Smith's injury] has had a worse offseason. I don’t believe it’s bad luck, I believe it’s bad business. I feel like the Cowboys are too insular, and they need a fresh set of non-Jones family eyes in the organization. The Cowboys are becoming the Raiders with Al Davis aging, and Jerry aging. They are out of touch and playing catch up with the Chiefs, Bills, Rams, Ravens, and better organizations. This franchise needs a fresh set of eyes, and feels totally outdated.” (Full Segment Above)

Watch Colin Cowherd explain why he thinks Tyron Smiths injury was the exclamation point on the Cowboys' claim to the NFL’s worst offseason.

Check out the video above as Colin details why he thinks the entire organization needs a Jones Family recall.

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