Jerry Jones, the owner of the Cowboys, stated prior to this year's trade deadline that any transactions involving his team would need to be started by a different team. It looks like they'll be standing pat for now.
Speaking about the deadline of October 31st, Jones acknowledged, according to Jon Machota of The Athletic:
"It doesn't look like we'll be doing anything." On social media, followers responded to Jones' choice.
"You'd be silly to believe anything that gets said publicly right now, but you're even sillier if you're a fan of the Dallas Cowboys,
in the year 2023, and you've got your hopes up about Tuesday," tweeted David Helman.
"Yes, everything was set in stone as soon as they were winning. I would still be looking to buy an OT, LB, or CB.
However, they adore their guys," Dan Ruppert remarked.One fan said, "Guys, a joker huh, real clown this one."
"Lmao, this was labeled s—t by every Dallas supporter on the planet. The FO would believe the squad is flawless and doesn't need to make any changes after they would absolutely destroy this subpar Rams team.