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Merlin

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Not much here for its own thread. So I’ll drop it in this one.

REPORT: COWBOYS LOOKING TO ‘MAKE A BIG SPLASH’ IN 2020 NFL DRAFT

The Cowboys have a lot on their plate, considering the number of players on their roster who may hit the free-agent market.

I can tell you this – a source close to the team told me, “Jerry wants to make a big splash in the draft.” That leads me to believe Jones could look to trade up from the 17th overall pick.

Who would they move up for? I’m told they have been doing a ton of work on the Ohio State prospects. I’m sure they’d love to move up to get Chase Young, but that won’t happen. Speculatively, the other target could be cornerback Jeffrey Okudah, considering Byron Jones is likely heading out of town.
So they'll offer a Dak tag & trade deal with Cincy plus picks to move up to 1 overall? This would be porn for @Rynie. :ROFLMAO:
 

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How cheap would be my next question ? It would also make Everett more vulnerable to trade, imo.
Yeah the key is he'd have to be really cheap, which I think is possible given his injury history.

I don't think the Rams would consider Reed to be any sort of answer. Rather I see him as the type of pickup (IF the Rams can get him on the cheap) who would increase competition for our roster in preparation for more 12 personnel sets.
 

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Yeah the key is he'd have to be really cheap, which I think is possible given his injury history.

I don't think the Rams would consider Reed to be any sort of answer. Rather I see him as the type of pickup (IF the Rams can get him on the cheap) who would increase competition for our roster in preparation for more 12 personnel sets.
If he were to pass the Rams physical, I wouldn't rule him out, but he'd have to be on a one year prove-it deal imo, and it would need to be at about 1/3 his 2019 CAP for me to get seriously interested.
Trading Everett, who will be in his 'contract' season for 2020 is also an appealing thought for increasing our limited number of draft picks.
jmo.