Armed with three versatile backs, Kelly can take advantage of matchups with a dynamic rushing attack while the Cowboys figure out how to replace the cornerstone of their surprising division title.
Here's what else we learned on Thursday:
- With Frank Gore now headlining Indianapolis' backfield, the Colts finally conceded Trent Richardson as a colossal trade bust, waiving the sluggish running back. Owner of the second-lowest rushing average since the 1970 merger, Richardson vows to be not only a starter in his next stop, but also "one of the top running backs from here on out." The linebackers union approves the idea of Richardson as an NFL starter.