The Dallas Cowboys, despite not yet re-signing franchise quarterback Dak Prescott, have been one of the busier NFL organizations this spring, first hiring former Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy and signing a slew of free agents to address roster needs.

According to Jerry Jones' son and executive vice president Stephen Jones, the Cowboys are more than happy with how the offseason has gone thus far. He said to David Moore of the Dallas Morning News:

“I feel like we’ve done what we set out to do … We knew coming into this offseason, we were going to lose a lot of players. We got to that point with the cap where you just can’t do it.

“Unfortunately, you have to pick and choose.

“We felt like we were strategic in what we did.”

The Cowboys did, however, secure Prescott's backup gunslinger in released Cincinnati Bengals veteran Andy Dalton while re-signing top receiving option in Amari Cooper. The richest contract handed out by the Joneses to a defensive player was Carolina Panthers free agent tackle Gerald McCoy, a six-time Pro-Bowler and former third-overall pick in the 2010 NFL Draft out of Oklahoma, who signed a three-year, $18.3 million contract.

Aldon Smith came out of retirement, too, with Dallas inking the 30-year-old to a one-year, $4 million deal along with America's Team signing Chicago Bears free agent safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix to a one-year deal.

Obviously, the offseason isn't over just yet, and Jones and the Cowboys need to lock down Prescott to a long-term deal with the NFC East franchise in order to steer the ship into postseason territory in 2020-21.