The Cowboys are under pressure to sign an ex-Super Bowl champion cornerback to a one-year, $11 million a deal.

According to Kristopher Knox of Bleacher Report, one free agent the Cowboys "must pursue" is former New Orleans Saints cornerback Bradley Roby. 

Following season-ending injuries to key players like Jourdan Lewis and Anthony Brown last season, Knox believes Dallas should prioritize cornerback depth.

Knox has offered Roby a two-year, $11 million contract.

Although the Cowboys currently have four cornerbacks with significant experience on the roster,

Knox feels the team should look into adding a fifth for depth.

"After activating Jourdan Lewis from the PUP list," Knox writes, "the Cowboys are fairly set at cornerback.

Stephon Gilmore and Trevon Diggs should be an excellent perimeter duo, while DaRon Bland adds depth both inside and out." 

Dallas should appreciate the value of depth after losing both Lewis and Anthony Brown to injuries last season.

When a strong starter like Bradley Roby becomes available, the Cowboys should be willing to pursue him." Roby was a "surprise cut" by the Saints, according to Knox.

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