FS1’s Colin Cowherd is in full agreement with Mike Florio.
It was reported by ProFootballTalk’s Mike Florio that the Cowboys could be trading another major piece of the team. According to Florio, the Cowboys are looking at the possibility of trading wide receiver Amari Cooper.
Florio specified that the Green Bay Packers are a team that could look to land Cooper. That would give the Packers a terrifying 1-2 punch with Davante Adams. With those two weapons on offense, it would give Aaron Rodgers enough ammunition to make a Super Bowl run.
Cooper currently leads the Cowboys with 53 receptions for 583 yards and two receiving touchdowns.
Houstin Texans insider Aaron Reiss confirmed that the Packers are “among the teams” interested in Will Fuller, but Cowherd believes the Packers should shift their focus to the other team in Texas.
Cowherd loves the idea of the Packers running with Cooper. “He believes that it is a “perfect” deal for the Packers to pull off. On Wednesday’s edition of “Herd with Colin Cowherd,” the radio personality believes that Dallas “needs a rebuild.” He also said the team does not need receivers, but picks instead.
When the Cowboys traded for Cooper, the team surrendered a first-round pick, so certainly the team would want at least that in return. However, Cooper just signed a five-year $100 million contract, so a team would need to take on that megadeal.
However, the team could try and compete for a playoff spot. Despite falling to 2-5 after their 25-3 loss to the Washington Football Team on Sunday, the Cowboys trail the 2-4-1 Philadelphia Eagles by 0.5 games. Not to mention, the Cowboys could take sole possession of first place with a win over the Eagles next week.