The Cowboys Jerry Jones should trade deadline-wise follow the Eagles' lead, according to Michael Irvin.

Next Tuesday is the NFL trade deadline, and former Cowboys wide receiver Michael Irvin thinks Dallas should try to improve the team by doing the same as the NFC East-leading Eagles.

On Monday, the Eagles strengthened their secondary by acquiring Kevin Byard, a standout safety from Tennessee.

During an appearance on FS1's Undisputed, Irvin stated that Jerry Jones, the owner of Dallas, needs to convey to his team that they "are always looking" if they want to keep up with Philadelphia.

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"The problem lies in witnessing Philadelphia search for players by turning over every stone, adding Julio Jones to the offense, and acquiring a safety from Tennessee to strengthen your defense," Irvin stated. 

"We're doing everything in the front office," you say, and you communicate to the players, 'Make sure you're doing everything on the football field,' which is why you keep attracting players. 

And I hope Jerry conveys the idea that "we're always looking." 

Even though Dallas has a strong 4-2 record, Irvin thinks the front office should be forced to tell players they need to start producing.

Because of their underwhelming performances like wide receivers Michael Gallup and Brandin Cooks.

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