The Dallas Cowboys may be in position to select Ohio State defensive end Joey Bosa next month when they pick with the No. 4 overall pick of the 2016 NFL Draft but, according to one NFL.com draft analyst, they’re not “in love” with the pass rusher that became the object of so many NFL teams’ affection over the past two seasons.
"I don't believe the Dallas Cowboys will draft Joey Bosa," Zierlein said on the The Pick Is In podcast recently, via NFL.com. "I've heard that they're not in love with Joey Bosa. I don't think Joey Bosa is going to be a Cowboy."
Zierlein believes Dallas may very well upgrade the defense with that fourth pick, just not with Bosa.
“Myles Jack could be (a Cowboy),” Zierlein said. “If you want to argue for Myles Jack, no problem. You want to argue for Ronnie Stanley and lock down both tackle spots? I'm fine with that. Jalen Ramsey falls, you go get him.”