Overall your weekly volume looks a bit high, and a bodypart split is somewhat less than optimal. Overall volume should be in the neighborhood of 16-20 exercises per week normally, with either a total body program or movement split.
Here's the good things I see: Bench Press, Deadlift, Military Press, Squat, Cable Row
Most everything is an accessory exercise or variant, which isn't necessarily bad, but you have too much of it.
Every routine should cover the six planes of movement.
Row (any variant)
This leaves out calves, abs, biceps, triceps, forearms, and traps. (Though most are getting some form of indirect stimulation) Nothing wrong with doing direct arm work if there is room in your routine so:
Farmer's Walk (for forearms)
That covers pretty much all the basics, and you still have room for 4-8 exercises. Here are some good choices:
Face Pulls (posterior deltoids)
Good Mornings (spinal erectors)
Glute Ham Raise (posterior chain, especially glutes and hamstrings)
Barbell Pullovers (chest, back and shoulder interconnects)
I'd probably leave it there at 16 exercises and run a shorter schedule, but if you prefer a 7 day cycle then here's four more:
Sled Drag (gpp)
Sandbag clean and press (gpp)
Saxon side bends (obliques)
Hammer Curls (brachialis)