5 NFC contenders Rams should fear the most in potential Antonio Brown trade
5. Dallas Cowboys
First off, the Dallas Cowboys are in a difficult position compared to most teams looking to acquire Brown since they already gave up their first-round pick in this year’s draft as part of the deal last season to land Amari Cooper.
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Despite all of the hype surrounding one of the younger receivers being able to step up with Dez Bryant no longer in the picture, it was clear early on that Dallas was in need of help at receiver, which is a big reason why they felt the need to acquire Cooper when they did.
After watching the Cowboys win the NFC East title along with advancing to the Divisional Round before falling to the Rams, there’s no question that trading for Cooper was 100 percent worth it for Dallas, and all signs point to the team re-signing the wideout at some point this offseason.
Even if this does happen with Cooper, would Dallas attempt to pull off the unthinkable by acquiring Brown as well? The Cowboys may be a long shot at the moment, but if they were to somehow make this scenario become a reality, a second NFC East title in a row seems more likely to happen in 2019.