The Cowboys still have some of their free agents available, but most will be ex-Cowboys in 2014.
Brian Waters might want to call it quits again, but if he doesn't, he'd be a valuable asset for the Cowboys' offensive line.
Mackenzy Bernadeau finished hot in 2013, but he believes he has plenty of room for improvement going forward.
Veteran guard Brian Waters said this week that he hasn't thought about whether he'll return in 2014.
Jason Garrett said this week that he's open to the idea that injured 36-year-old guard Brian Waters could return to the team next year.
The Cowboys plan on weighing all their options before making a move regarding right guard Brian Waters.
RG Mackenzy Bernadeau was thrust back into a starting role this week when it was revealed Brian Waters went down with a torn triceps.
Right guard Brian Waters is almost certainly done for the season, after tearing his triceps in the loss to Detroit.
Brian Waters appears to have taken over the starting right guard job for Dallas.
Veteran guard Brian Waters could start Sunday for the first time since Super Bowl XLVI, when he was a member of the New England Patriots.