New England Patriots
The Patriots are the most likely trade partner. Not only do they share the same number of total picks with Dallas (10), but they also are likely looking for a quarterback. No position gets the phone to ring more than the quarterback position.
The most enticing deal for the Cowboys would look something like the following:
Patriots get Cowboys picks 10, 99, and 115 with Dallas getting New England’s 15th, 46th, 122nd selections.
Moving down five spots in round one, seven spots in round four, and giving up the compensatory third-round choice would net Dallas an additional second-rounder.
Another team with plenty of options is the Jacksonville Jaguars. Not only does Jacksonville have ten picks, but they also have six of the first 106 selections. With Trevor Lawrence being the consensus number one overall choice and an absolutely loaded receiver class, could the Jaguars be up for some moving and shaking?
The Cowboys engaging with the Jaguars so they could select someone like Devonta Smith or Jaylen Waddle adds some extra fun as it would likely devastate Philadelphia’s dreams of nabbing one of the two. Aside from that cherry on top, here is what it would likely take for the Dallas Cowboys to do the deal.
Jaguars get Cowboys picks 10 and 75 with Dallas getting Jacksonville’s 25th, 45th, and 65th selections.
Dallas could still get a cornerback (Greg Newsome, II or Asante Samuel, Jr.) while giving the team four other picks in the top 75.