There’s no doubt the Dallas Cowboys could stand to make a move come Tuesday’s NFL trade deadline, though it’s looking like they’ll refrain from doing so, at least according to owner Jerry Jones.
Jones, who appeared on KRLD earlier this morning said that he feels it’s unlikely the Cowboys make a trade:
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was asked this morning on KRLD-FM if the club would be active today in seeking help.
“I’m not thinking we’re going to make a trade today,” Jones said.
Of course, that doesn’t mean the Cowboys haven’t made attempts to do such, it’s just that Jones doesn’t feel as if anything will get done.
As we’ve seen in past and current trade deadlines, teams are often reluctant to move players and will ask far to hefty or a price resulting in few trades actually being completed despite the rumors.
Rumors had the Cowboys looking for offensive line help as well as a potential running back addition, but with just a few hours remaining before the deadline strikes, a trade doesn’t look likely.
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