3 Dallas Cowboys players who could be dealt at the trade deadline
By Randy Gurzi
The NFL trade deadline is just a couple of weeks away, and teams have until Nov. 1 to make a move, should they feel so inclined. As for the Dallas Cowboys, they find themselves in an interesting spot.
They should be willing to give up future assets in an attempt to make a run, especially considering how strong the NFC East has been this season. However, they also have some depth that could entice other teams.
Here we look at the possibility of players being sent out of Big D with these three names being worth keeping an eye on.
3 Cowboys who could be dealt at the trade deadline
3. Kelvin Joseph, CB
It’s not often a team gives up on a second-round pick after just one season but Kelvin Joseph has done next to nothing to endear himself to the Cowboys. While he was cleared of any wrongdoing, he was involved in a murder investigation in the offseason which doesn’t help his standing.
As for his play on the field, the only time he really gets noticed is when he makes a mistake. That happened a couple of times on Sunday Night Football against the Philadelphia Eagles, including a penalty that negated a 34-yard punt return from KaVontae Turpin. Joseph was also the one who bumped into Turpin and might have stopped him from scoring a touchdown on his kick return in the first half against Philly.
Throw in the fact that DaRon Bland has surpassed him on the base defense and Dallas might be willing to see if any team believes a fresh start can make a difference for him.