Where Is the Most Need?
IRVING, Texas (AP) - Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has made
it clear -- he's not taking a quarterback in this year's draft.
Otherwise, anything is possible.
Jones could go for an offensive lineman to help replace Flozell
Adams, an anchor at left tackle the last 12 years who was cut a few
Maybe he'll go for a safety to replace Ken Hamlin, who was
dumped the same day as Adams.
Or maybe he'll go for a receiver to make up for the catches Roy
Williams hasn't been making.
Dallas is coming off an 11-5 season and its first playoff win
Jones could have the luxury of playing wait-and-see, then taking
whoever is the best fit at any of those spots once his turn comes
around at No. 27.
The Cowboys go into the three-day event holding six picks, one
in every round but the fifth. They'll pick 27th in the first,
second, fourth, sixth and seventh rounds, and 26th in the third
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