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article imageNFL Trade Rumors: Sam Bradford to Dallas Cowboys?

By Larry Seely     Apr 26, 2016 in Sports
Dallas - After a season of revolving quarterbacks and losing football games, it appears the Dallas Cowboys will enter the 2016 NFL season with a new crop of backup signal callers with the hope of starter Tony Romo playing the entire season unlikely.
While most experts figure the front office will use a mid round pick to take a backup, rumors have started on a potential trade and while its not the perfect scenario, it would give the team a more than capable player if Romo goes down once again.
Jason Parker of Fan Sided has suggested that disgruntled Philadelphia Eagles QB Sam Bradford would be a great addition. Not only would it give the Cowboys a veteran with plenty of experience, it would also allow the team to use the NFL Draft to address other areas of need.
With the recent trade made by Philly to move into the second slot in the opening round of the Draft, reportedly to take a young signal caller, Bradford and his agent have asked for a trade and while the Eagles have yet to suggest they will accommodate the former first overall draft pick, the writing is on the wall and it could be best for both parties to part ways and move forward without each other.
Several teams from around the league will have interest if available and Bradford would most likely prefer to go where he will start, but with the history of Romo and his age, a move to Dallas could be a very good long-range plan for the 28-year-old.
The former Oklahoma star has struggled himself with injuries, playing just 63 of a possible 96 games since entering the league, but after a solid year with the Eagles in 2015, it appears he's ready to take that next step and become an upper echelon player and it wouldn't hurt to continue his career with one of the best offensive lines in the game.
Denver is the other logical option with Mark Sanchez the only thing standing in his way of starting in the Mile High City, but with so little time between now and the Draft, it will come down to which team makes a decent offer first and for the Cowboys, any hope of winning a Super Bowl comes from having a capable replacement to lead their offense if Romo goes down again in 2016.
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