The NFL’s free agency period begins March 12, and most fans want to know who the Dallas Cowboys will look to add to the 2013 team in an effort to get the Cowboys back into the playoffs for the first time since 2009.

However, the Cowboys also have some tough decisions to make about their own free agents. The Cowboys have 18 free agents – three of whom are restricted – they will have to make decisions on this off-season.

On Monday, I started counting down the five least likely free agents to return in 2013. Each day this week, I’ll be counting down from the fifth-most least likely to the least likely free agent to be re-signed.

Today, we wrap up our top-five (bottom-five?) countdown with the least likely Cowboys’ free agent to be re-signed this off-season:

No. 1 Brian Moorman

Position: Punter

Age: 37

Ht., Wt.: 6-0, 174

College: Pittsburg State

Years in the NFL: 12

Years with the Cowboys: 1

2012 recap: The Buffalo Bills cut long-time punter Brian Moorman three games into the 2012 season, and the Cowboys ended up signing him. Moorman became the Cowboys’ primary punter after starter Chris Jones was lost for the season after he suffered a sprained knee/partially torn ACL on Sept. 23 against Tampa Bay. Moorman was solid in place of Jones, averaging 44.6 yards on his 56 punts (38.9 yards net average). He had 22 punts downed inside the 20-yard line.