The Dallas Cowboys have the No. 10 pick in the April NFL Draft, but that could very well change as the franchise is reportedly considering a significant move in the first round.
The Cowboys are reportedly “very open” to the idea of trading down in the first round, and the Chicago Bears are being pegged as the team will trade into their spot.
“From what I’m hearing is, right now it looks like if Penei Sewell falls into their laps, that’s the player they’re going to select. Otherwise, it’ll be one of the cornerbacks, Patrick Surtain or Jaycee Horn,” NFL insider Tony Pauline said.
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“I’m also told the Cowboys will look hard to trade down. They are not against trading down. One of the teams I’m told is willing to trade up is the Chicago Bears, who want to trade up to get a quarterback. … If the Cowboys can move down, pick up some additional draft picks, I’m told that they are more than open to doing it. I’m not told they’re shopping the pick, but it depends on whether Penei Sewell is there and what offers they’re given.”
Owner Jerry Jones is reportedly infatuated with Kyle Pitts, but it would likely require moving up to No. 4 overall to land him.
A decision on what to do likely won’t come until the team is on the clock with the 10th pick on April 29.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.