Jack Crawford, Dallas Cowboys, 27 years old
The Dallas Cowboys found a decent pass rusher in the London born Jack Crawford, after the Oakland Raiders gave up on their 2012 fifth round pick after just two seasons.
He recorded just 18 tackles and no sacks in two seasons in Oakland before joining Dallas and in two seasons there he put up 29 tackles and four sacks.
After recording two sacks as a defensive end in 2014, the Cowboys slid the 6’5″ 275-pound lineman inside and used him as a pass rushing tackle. Crawford rewarded the team with 21 tackles and four sacks in his role as a rotational player and could now look to move on and find a team offering more playing time.
In Houston, he has the build to play opposite J.J. Watt as a defensive end, and could provide some help in pressuring quarterbacks. The question would be if the team feels he can hold up agains constant double teams and help enough in run support.
If Dallas does let him test the market, he could be worth a look at the absolute least.
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