Richardson stands a beastly 6'5", 340 pounds, which is the kind of size the Cowboys have always loved in their offensive linemen dating back to the glory days of the 1990s.
He is a force in the running game and would be a huge help for De Marco Murray.
The Cowboys could use a safety with a nose for closing in on the ball-carrier, and that's something Brooks can bring to the table for them.
It may only be a year after drafting Wilcox, but Dallas still needs to address this position for depth purposes at the very least.
Garoppolo's 51 touchdowns is also a school record by a quarterback, shattering Romo's old record of 34 in a season.
Terrence Brooks probably won't be the next Earl Thomas either, but he would provide solid depth to a position that has needed it for some time.
Romo is set to turn 34 years old in April and has had two back surgeries in the past two offseasons.
Now is the time for the Cowboys to draft their future quarterback for when Romo is set to hang up the cleats.
Baylor running backs have had great success finding huge holes to run through the past few seasons.
Guys like Lache Seastrunk and Glasco Martin can thank the likes of guard Cyril Richardson for that.