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Do the Dallas Cowboys Have an Xavier Woods Trade in the Works?

This week has been a busy one already for the . They traded to the , released and , and signed to the all in a matter of days.

The Dallas Cowboys might not be done making adjustments to their roster just yet. With the 2020 deadline quickly approaching (Tuesday, November 3), it wouldn't be all that surprising to see a few more players traded away. In fact, a trade may already be in the works.

There are a number of reasons why found his name on the for missing practice yesterday. One of them could very well be the fact the Dallas Cowboys are actively trying to trade him. It's purely speculation on my part, but definitely not out of the realm of possibility.

As one of the few tradable assets, the Dallas Cowboys could be holding Xavier Woods out of practice to keep him from getting injured while they while they actively open trade talks with other teams. We saw the same thing happen with Dontari Poe and Daryl Worley, but failing to find a trade partner they were both released instead.

I wouldn't be that surprised if Xavier Woods is indeed traded before the deadline next Tuesday. Not only will he become a at the seasons end, but he's never quite developed into the player the Dallas Cowboys thought he would.

Getting what they can for him now via trade instead of being hopeful for a compensatory pick in the future would be wise on their part. After all, it's doubtful the Cowboys will be any worse without him. And, it may give younger players like Reggie Robinson a chance to get on the field to prove what they can do.

Again this is purely speculation on my part, however, it's definitely something to keep an eye on with the 2020 NFL just around the corner.

Do you think an Xavier Woods trade is in the works?

Brian Martin
Brian Martin
Level C2/C3 quadriplegic. College graduate with a bachelors degree in sports and health sciences-concentration sports management. Sports enthusiast. Dallas Cowboys fanatic. Lover of life with a glass half-full point of view.

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