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The Dallas Cowboys are ready to deal before this Tuesday’s NFL trade deadline, but only under the right circumstances. That according to Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones earlier this week. The right circumstance would be a trade for a player that would do more than just fill an immediate need temporarily. That player would also have to have a relativly small contract due to the Cowboys limited salary cap space.
Currently, Dallas has needs along their defensive line and at the safety position. And, if the rumors are true, the Cowboys could also be in the market for a starting running back to replace the injury-prone DeMarco Murray. Therefore, here are my five deals the Cowboys should make by the trade deadline to address their needs.
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