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It sounds as though the Dallas Cowboys did have some plans in the works to try and make a trade last Tuesday, which was the NFL Trade Deadline.
According to Dianna Russini of The Athletic, the Cowboys were active on the phones in contact with other teams, but ultimately, nothing materialized.
“Speaking of ownership with a strong say in roster decisions, I had to check in with Dallas. The Cowboys didn’t make any moves at the trade deadline despite their NFC rival 49ers, Eagles, and Seahawks all trading to get better, but I was told the Cowboys did work the phones and tried to make a move. A source shared they were hunting for a linebacker, as we have seen Dallas is thin at the position. In the end, no deal made sense. When I texted with a team source about their quiet day, the response was, ‘We feel good about our roster.’”
The Cowboys are in action today against the rival Philadelphia Eagles. Do you believe that they will regret not making a move to add depth to the team?