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 for former Raiders WR Amari Cooper The Dallas Cowboys have had one of the more underwhelming wide receiver groups across the NFL so far this season. They clearly wanted to address that because they’ve gone and added a weapon. Reports are that the Cowboys have traded for Oakland Raiders wide receiver Amari Cooper.Dallas and Cooper have been connected for the last week with Adam Schefter reporting on Sunday morning that the Cowboys were interested. It seems a loss in Washington may have been enough to push Dallas over the edge because they went and got their guy.Oakland didn’t let Amari Cooper go for a low price , though. Many were curious what it would take to pry the former first-round pick away from the Raiders and we now know. Dallas reportedly traded away a first-round pick to acquire him.The Cowboys now have a number one receiver for Dak Prescott to work with. This sort of feels like an all-in move by Dallas, and we’ll see where they go in their first game after the bye on November 5th against the Tennessee Titans.Amari Cooper is reportedly going to be a Dallas Cowboy! Any Given Sunday: Cowboys over Jaguars | Rivers McCown, Football OutsidersThe guys over at Football Outsiders tend to think a bit outside the box, and what they saw in the Cowboys win over the Jaguars wasn’t a dominant offensive performance (and the good things they did say about that mostly focused on the run game). They put most of the credit on Dallas taking advantage of a crippled Jacksonville offensive line and Blake Bortles being, well, Blake Bortles. The Marinelli Report, Week 6: How the Cowboys defense made easy work of the Jaguars – Bob Sturm , The AthleticThe offense did get most of the headlines after the Jaguars game, but here is some much-deserved praise for the defense - and not just for one game. Dallas Cowboys: Vander Esch and Smith excelling with Lee out | Stefan Stevenson, Fort Worth Star-TelegramOne of the most important developments of 2018 for the Cowboys has been the way the team anticipated and handled injury concerns with Sean Lee by drafting Leighton Vander Esch to pair with Jaylon Smith. But Lee is still having an impact. INSIDER: Have LVE and Jaylon Smith made Sean Lee disposable? - Patrik (no C) Walker, 247 SportsJust sit back like you are at Whataburger and enjoy the deliciousness. Sean Lee returns to practice after passing $10M in lost man-hours mark - K.D. Drummond, Cowboys WireThere is a lot of discussion about how valuable Sean Lee is to the Cowboys when he’s on the field. But this adds an interesting perspective on just what he has cost. Progress For Sean Lee; 2nd Opinion For Tavon - Rob Phillips, DallasCowboys.comWhile Vander Esch and Smith have been doing a superb job holding down the fort, it would still be a good thing to have Lee back. And that is getting closer. OK Geoff Swaim Jersey , on to some non-defense things.Cole Beasley: 5 Thoughts on Rejuvenated Offense - Kristi Scales, 5 Points BlueCole Beasley talked about his monster day against the Jaguars. This response is intriguing, because it contains an important aspect for the offense going forward - capitalizing on matchups. Jason Garrett Doesn’t Rule Out Injured Reserve For Tavon Austin | 105.3 The Fan staffWhile he has had limited plays on the field, Tavon Austin has had an impact at times. Now Dallas may have to figure out how to go on without him. Dallas Cowboys: Why Cowboys should do whatever it takes (within reason) to acquire WR Amari Cooper from Raiders | John Owning, SportsDayThe recent reports that Jon “The Demolition Man” Gruden wants to deal Amari Cooper has, of course, led to lots of discussion as to why the Cowboys should acquire him. But in this case Anthony Brown Color Rush Jersey , there are actually some good reasons, including that he may be the kind of receiver the team wanted to replace one departed player all along. Flip Side: Washington’s Most Underrated Player? - Bryan Broaddus, DallasCowboys.comWhen they line up against Washington this week, one player the Cowboys have to worry about is a real blast from the past. DeMarcus Ware Says Ring Of Honor Induction Is Coming | 105.3 The Fan staffDuring an interview on the San and RJ Show, DeMarcus Ware was asked about a future induction to the Ring of Honor. And he dropped this info.

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