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Steelers target from Cowboys: DL Neville Gallimore

The Cowboys are a weird team when considering the Steelers needs. There aren’t a lot of names that make sense for what the team needs. Two names stick out, and Neville Gallimore just barely edges out the other name that I was considering.

Gallimore was a productive pass-rushing interior lineman in school before getting drafted in the third round. He hasn’t been horrible by any means, but he also never became a consistent player. His hot and cold play left a lot to be desired, and it also meant that he never really established himself as a true starter.

With the addition of Mazi Smith, Gallimore finds himself further down the depth chart. Again, the defensive line isn’t the biggest need, but Gallimore would be an upgrade behind Keeanu Benton.

Others considered: RB Ronald Jones

On paper, I would really like this move. Ronald Jones is a speedy back that, at one point of time, looked like a breakout back. His speed would be a welcome addition to the backfield. The issue is, he has really fallen off for no clear reason, and he doesn’t play special teams. I wouldn’t be against it, but Gallimore is a more intriguing fit for me.