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2024 NFL Mock Draft: ESPN sends Arizona’s Jordan Morgan to Dallas Cowboys

Jan 23, 2024 #Dallas Cowboys, #Mel Kiper

One name is starting to become a hot spot for the Dallas Cowboys at pick No. 24.

It seems like it will take forever until the 2024 NFL Draft, but the reality is that it will be here before we know it. When the draft arrives, the Dallas Cowboys will have needs that we may not fully understand at this point. Free agency will change what this roster looks like, and since we don’t know how things will play out, that means we could be in for a few surprises.But many needs are clear and will remain so once that portion of the offseason is completed. As is the case, mock drafts are rolling in, and the premiere from one of the biggest names in gaming has officially been dropped.

Mel Kiper orders the Dallas Cowboys to select Arizona T Jordan Morgan


Last week, NFL Media’s Daniel Jeremiah rolled out his first mock draft of the year and in it the Cowboys took Arizona offensive tackle Jordan Morgan at No. 24 overall. It’s clear the Cowboys have a decision to make when it comes to dealing Tyron Smith this offseason. Will he want to come back? Will they want it back? What would it really be like? If he moves on or if the team decides to move on, will Tyler Smith be the plan at left tackle? These are all fair questions and that’s why mocking a tackle against the Cowboys seems like fair game. That’s exactly what ESPN’s Mel Kiper did in his first simulation of the year, as he did with Morgan.

The Athletic’s Danish Brugler had Morgan going to the Baltimore Ravens at age 32 in a recent commercial, noting that he has some flexibility at guard, so Dallas might be able to use him at guard with Tyler Smith at left tackle. All hypothetical results remain interesting.But Brugler sent an offensive lineman to the Cowboys in Tyler Guyton from Oklahoma, so the position is often seen as a need for the team. How would you feel if Dallas contributed in the trenches in the first round? Or do you think Tyron Smith will come back and challenge this idea?

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