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3 potential trades for the Dallas Cowboys

Adding a for this offense is a priority this . In a non- world, players like , , , Stefon Diggs, and Kenny Galladay would be in the mix.

The one issue is that Dallas cannot bring on a veteran with a long-term high salary because of the pending commitment to .

Two contracts eating up a large portion of the salary cap at the same position is not a wise move in the current NFL.

The better move is to grab a quality high-end number two receiver and add a weapon in the draft.

Many rumors suggest teams go after , but he feels too young and talented to move just for cap space. Instead, I looked at other wide receiver options on the Bengals roster.

Trade #1

The send (DAL) ($2,982,981) and ($5,872,545) to the for Tyler Boyd (CIN) ($8,882,280).

Dallas would only add $1,437,403 million to the cap with this move.

Cincinnati has four free-agent corners (Apple, Flowers, Davis, and Lammons), so Lewis helps that need. The Bengals also get a rotational who has gotten lost in the depth of the Cowboys' .

3 Potential Trades for the Dallas Cowboys

The Cowboys get a 29-year-old receiver who has averaged 74 receptions, 901 yards, and five touchdowns over the past five years.

Trade #2

The Dallas Cowboys send OL , a 5th-round pick in the , and a conditional 2024 pick to the for Stephon Gilmore.

Indianapolis is rebuilding, and will be 33 years old at the start of the season. He should be open to a to a playoff team over being stuck on a team rebuilding.

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With this trade, Indianapolis gains roughly 10 million in cap space, an offensive lineman under contract until 2025, and some additional draft capital. If Gilmore is released or traded, the cap relief is the same for the Colts, so getting some in return is always a benefit.

Dallas's defense and team success took a hit when went out with a significant . Adding Gilmore allows Dallas to lock up both corner spots while keeping the position as a draft need but not reaching like the .

Trade #3

The Dallas Cowboys send TE to the for DT Otito Ogbonnia.

The contracts are within $140,000 dollars of being a match. A trade of this level makes a lot of sense for both teams.

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The Chargers get a familiar with the new offense coming to town. McKeon gives them a number two tight end while only costing them a player they drafted on day three last year.

The Cowboys add a young 320-run stuffer to support Jonathan Hankins next year. Remember, is a free agent and could move on for more money.

The trades were made with a few assumptions — that Dallas would part ways with and . Also, they restructured the contracts of Dak Prescott, , and . Making all of these moves, per Spotrac's calculator, would still leave $20 million in cap space.

Pat Schuster
Pat Schuster
Lifelong Cowboys fan I currently live in PA with my wife and three amazing kids. In the past few years, I have interviewed close to 300 players prior to them entering the NFL. I have written for several publications, but all things always pointed back to the love of America’s team.

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