Jerry Jones Asked If He’s Considering Any Trades For Cowboys

The Dallas Cowboys still Competing for a playoff spot despite losing Dak Prescott in multiple games.

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones asked whether the team would add reinforcements with the trade deadline just two weeks away.

“Absolutely nothing that involves a name of a player or a position that I’m seriously looking at, at this moment,” Jones said. “Not one move. But could that change in 30 minutes? Of course it could.”

Cowboys fans will therefore have to wait until Nov. 1 for their tickets.


It wouldn’t surprise if Dallas made a trade before deadline. The team has the firepower to make it in the playoffs.

Jones might feel the pressure to make waves, with the Philadelphia Eagles soaring in the NFC East and San Francisco 49ers buying All-Pro running back Christian McCaffrey.

The Cowboys traded Amari Cooper, a star wideout, to acquire him in 2018. We will see if the Cowboys can make another move like this.

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