The Dallas Cowboys almost pulled off a big deadline deal.
As I mentioned Ed Werder from ESPN On Tuesday, November 1, the Cowboys followed a wide receiver from the Houston Texans into the trade deadline. However, the deal failed to come to fruition because the Cowboys and Texas could not agree on a compensation draft along with concerns about the chefs’ guaranteed salary of $23 million for the 2023 season.
“Two sources directly involved tell me that #Cowboys and #Texans discussed a potential deal involving WR Brandin Cooks until the last minutes before the NFL deal deadline expired,” Werder says. “The draft selection compensation and guaranteed salary of $18 million for chefs in 2023 cannot be resolved in time.”
While the Cowboys’ interest in Cooks was by no means surprising, what was surprising was the veteran cryptocurrency’s tweet of the future veteran after a failed trade attempt. The 29-year-old receiver took to Twitter shortly after the report and appeared to express his frustration with staying in Houston.
“Don’t take a man’s kindness for granted,” said the chefs. Lies have been covered for a long time in those days. I’ve crossed the line by playing in my career.”
Chefs exempted from Texas practices due to ‘personal reasons’
In fact, the chefs were excused from Tuesday’s practice for “personal reasons,” according to Texas coach Luffy Smith. Smith was asked before the trade deadline whether or not the chefs would be traded and did not back down from his response.
Via Tyler Milner from Sports Radio 610:
“What kind of a question is that? – If someone is going to trade – we’ll talk about it next.. I spoke to Branden [Cooks] “Today – he was excused from practice for personal reasons,” Smith said.
Chefs remain productive despite playing for Texans
The veteran receiver remains productive in the middle of his ninth season. chefs Recorded 32 receptions for 354 yards and falling. According to Pro Football FocusThe Chefs scored a respectable 65.5 attacking score this season. Given that the Texans are the worst team in football with a 1-5-1 record, the Chefs can be quite prolific with a team like the Cowboys.
The chefs actually produced a file 90-Hatch, 1,037-yard performance last season and a season 81 catches, 1,150 yards, six touchdowns in 2020. What makes the 2021 season even more impressive is the fact that he produced these numbers by picking the third-round starters at Davis Mills. mills Ranked only 21st in the passerby rating and 25 yards per attempt last season.
According to PFFLast season, the Chefs’ offensive score of 77.4 was ranked 21st among all wide receivers with at least 100 goals.
With Amary Cooper’s off-season departure, Dallas’ depth of field wide receiver was very thin. Outside of the CeeDee Lamb, the Cowboys lack an explosive receiver playmaker. Dallas has Only one receiver game for 100 yards from their receivers last season and the The game passes at number 27 in the NFL.
However, the two teams in Texas were unable to reach an agreement in the last minutes before the trade deadline.
The Cowboys should hope that James Washington or Michael Gallup will fill that void as both recipients continue to recover from serious injuries.
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