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The NFL draft is almost back to normal. Teams once again can conduct business at their team facilities and coaches and team personnel can visit colleges and universities for pro days. There wasn’t a scouting combine in 2021 (that could return in 2022) but teams were still able to evaluate talent from a limited amount of regular season college games.
The Cowboys, who hold the No. 10 pick, have many needs on defense. They were in the same situation last year yet selected Oklahoma receiver CeeDee Lamb in the first round, as you never know who’s going to be available when it’s time to pick.
Here’s our primer for what the Cowboys might do in the April 29-May 1 draft. Check back often as we’ll continue to update this guide with fresh content until the day of the draft.
After conducting a completely virtual draft last season, which included an appearance by Cowboys owner Jerry Jones from his superyacht, the NFL is returning to an in-person, three-day event in Cleveland.
Round 1: 7 p.M.-10:30 p.M., Thursday, April 29 (ESPN, ABC, NFL Network)
Rounds 2-3: 6 p.M.-10:30 p.M., Friday, April 30 (ESPN/ESPN2, ABC, NFL Network)
Rounds 4-7: 11 a.M.-6 p.M., , Saturday, May 1 (ESPN, ABC, NFL Network)
(Photos via Getty Images/ Edit by SportsDay)(SportsDay Staff) Cowboys’ picks
The Cowboys have 10 total selections, including four compensatory picks for players lost in free agency.