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Myles Garrett Makes Plea To Cowboys: “Just Make It Happen”

The need for a dominant pass rusher is a glaring one, and it just so happens that this year's top 2017 prospect is none other than Texas A&M's Myles Garrett. Garrett, a dominant , has been the consensus top player in this draft for some time now, making him a near lock to end up with the as the first overall pick.

Understandably, Garrett appears none too thrilled about landing with the Browns, instead putting out this stating his desire to come play for and America's Team.

Myles Garrett Makes Plea To Cowboys: "Just Make It Happen"

Myles Garrett clearly knows the situation around the Cowboys right now too, mentioning the looming exit of QB as an asset Dallas can use – along with a collection of draft picks – to move up from the 28th overall pick to the first.

Even assuming the Browns do emerge with a strong interest in Tony Romo, it is more than unlikely the Cowboys can make this unprecedented leap through the draft order to land this dominant pass rusher.

A move like this would also go against the Cowboys' recent draft philosophy, and could forget about coming away with a 2017 draft class similar to last year's in depth or overall talent after acquiring the top pick and Myles Garrett.

Thankfully, this NFL Draft class features plenty of talented edge rushers, and while the Cowboys won't be able to make Myles Garrett's dream come true, they could land a young defensive end that will come into a favorable situation on one of the league's best teams as a rookie. I have pondered trading up to address this need on the defensive line, with Stanford's Solomon Thomas as my target for the Cowboys, but even that is much more realistic that making a move to the top of the draft order.

Amazing things are happening with the Dallas Cowboys, thanks in large part to their 2016 draft class. While it would be amazing to add to this talent with Texas A&M's Myles Garrett in the upcoming draft, it is much more reasonable to expect and this to find quality players through all seven rounds and make a run at the next year.

Myles Garrett will go make runs at opposing quarterbacks in the AFC North, potentially dreaming about doing so with a star on his helmet someday.

Sean Martin
Sean Martin
Born January 28th, 1996- Cowboys Super Bowl XXX. Point Boro Panther, Montclair State Red Hawk, and most importantly a proud member of Cowboys Nation! I host "Upon Further Review" on 90.3 WMSC FM and every Friday from 1-4 PM ET. Twitter: @SeanMartinNFL.

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