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The Dallas Cowboys’ roster is built around their players and their coach.

And that doesn’t stop a handful of players from wanting to try to get on the team.

Here are 10 players that want to be on the Cowboys next season.

1.

Dez Bryant: The Cowboys have the best player on their roster right now.

And with that comes the most demands.

Bryant has to be a big part of this team.

2.

Greg Hardy: The linebacker is coming off a season in which he led the NFL in tackles.

And he’s also a free agent this offseason.

3.

Brandon Carr: The rookie free agent signed a one-year deal with the Raiders last offseason, which means he’ll be playing for the Cowboys this season.

But Carr is looking for more playing time in Dallas, which could be his only opportunity to make the team this season, according to NFL Network’s Albert Breer.

Carr has been the Cowboys’ best defensive player in camp and preseason.

4.

A.J. Bouye: The defensive end has had his ups and downs in the first two months of the season.

He’s been a huge factor in the Cowboys secondary and has started games at every position.

But Bouye is still working on getting better as a pass rusher.

5.

Arian Foster: The running back was coming off surgery on his right ankle and has struggled to break out of the red zone in his rookie season.

So far this season the rookie has rushed for just nine yards on eight carries.

Foster is hoping to return to his 2014 form this season and could have the Cowboys playing a big role in the AFC South.

6.

DeAndre Levy: The wide receiver is coming back from a knee injury he suffered in preseason and is trying to regain his form.

But the Cowboys are likely to keep him out of their starting lineup, according the Dallas Morning News’ Tom Pelissero.

7.

Terrance Williams: The third-round pick in this year’s draft has been one of the best wide receivers in the league, but he’s a free agency signing who is not guaranteed a spot on the roster.

8.

Ryan Anderson: The receiver has had a big rookie season, but there are concerns about his ability to be the primary playmaker for the offense in Dallas.

9.

Jordan Reed: The former undrafted free agent has played well in his first two games, but the Cowboys still are hoping he can recapture his 2014 self.

10.

Kyle Fuller: The quarterback is coming into his own, but Fuller needs to prove that he can be the quarterback of the future.

11.

Jordan Jenkins: The tight end is still trying to recover from his ACL injury in the preseason, but Jenkins is the Cowboys most important player.

12.

David Irving: The offensive lineman was coming into the league with expectations and that has helped him earn more playing opportunities.

He hasn’t been great in camp, but coach Jason Garrett has told the team he needs to be much better in the future if he wants to make an NFL roster.

13.

Tyron Smith: The first-round draft pick has played just one game and has been struggling in the passing game.

He will likely be a free-agent addition next offseason, according ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

14.

DeMarco Murray: The outside linebacker is the best outside linebacker in the NFL and has the Cowboys leading the NFL with 20 sacks.

He’ll be a restricted free agent next offseason.

15.

Tyquan Lewis: The second-round selection in this years draft is still a long way from being ready to be in the lineup for a playoff game.

16.

Byron Jones: The fourth-round choice in this season’s draft played well during the preseason and he’s proving to be more of a role player in Dallas’ pass rush.

17.

DeMarcus Ware: The veteran defensive lineman is coming out of his own season with a torn Achilles tendon.

But he still hasn’t played well enough to get in the starting lineup.

18.

Devante Parker: The undrafted free-agents defensive end is having a breakout season in camp.

But Parker hasn’t shown the ability to stay healthy in a team’s secondary.

19.

DeAngelo Williams: One of the most exciting players in the draft and the Cowboys own defensive MVP.

But Williams hasn’t yet proven he’s ready to take on a bigger role in this offense.

20.

Brandon Browner: The backup tight end has looked great in preseason games, showing some great chemistry with veteran running back Joseph Randle.

Browner is still learning the position, but has shown he’s the team’s best receiving option in the redzone.

21.

Brandon Fields: The sixth-round rookie is the team of the year and is coming from a disappointing rookie season that saw him go down with a season-ending knee injury.

He should have a better opportunity this season to show he can play at a high level.

22.

Deon Bush: The four-time Pro Bowler had a breakout