Kenyon Coleman was a starter for the Cowboys last season, but he wasn’t that great and he turned 33 this offseason. He’s owed 1.9 million in the final year of his deal and could now the Dallas Cowboys official website is saying that Coleman could be a cap casualty. Even though Coleman was a starter last year, the Cowboys used so much rotation on the defensive line that he only managed 425 snaps, 2nd among his position on the team.
The Cowboys can more than make up for his absence with 3rd round rookie Tyrone Crawford and by giving Sean Lissemore, who played very well in limited snaps last season, more playing time. In addition to Crawford and Lissemore, the Cowboys have Jason Hatcher, an incumbent starter and Marcus Spears, their top backup, at defensive end.