It’s been a quiet start on the final day for NFL teams to make trades, and it seems we may have the Dallas Cowboys to thank for that. With the 4 p.m. EST trade deadline approaching, the rumblings have cooled off a bit for the time being. Although there’s a strong possibility fans will see a few deals happen when all is said and done, there’s apparently one big reason for the slow start.
As Jay Glazer of FOX Sports revealed, the Cowboys sending a first-round pick to the Oakland Raiders for wide receiver Amari Cooper has led to unrealistic asking prices.
It’s not all that surprising, consiidering
Source: Heavy Sports