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boppool
04-30-2010, 01:04 PM
Cowboys WR Crayton wants trade

By Calvin Watkins
ESPNDallas.com

IRVING, Texas -- Wanting a trade, receiver Patrick Crayton has decided not to attend any more voluntary offseason workouts with the Dallas Cowboys until something can be worked out, according to his agent, Fred Lyles.

Crayton has requested a meeting with Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, but that may not happen until next week.

Crayton and backup receiver Sam Hurd had asked to be traded after the Cowboys used their first-round pick in last week's draft on receiver Dez Bryant. There has been some interest in the receivers from other teams but apparently not enough for the Cowboys to warrant making a deal.


Although he will not show up for the voluntary workouts, Crayton will attend mandatory workouts at Valley Ranch.

Last season, Crayton had 37 catches for 622 yards with five touchdowns.

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With emergence of Miles Austin, Crayton is the odd man out. Roy Williams would be even tougher to move. I think he would be a good fit until Damaryius is fully ready. It usually takes longer time for rookie WRs to adjust to NFL than most of other positions.

If he can be had for 4th round, I'd say pull the trigger.

yerner
04-30-2010, 01:08 PM
Broncos could use him, no?

baja
04-30-2010, 01:11 PM
We are so very deep at the position we are going to have to cut a good prospect as it is.

gyldenlove
04-30-2010, 01:20 PM
He is an overglorified slot reciever.

JCMElway
04-30-2010, 01:30 PM
Cowboys WR Crayton wants trade

By Calvin Watkins
ESPNDallas.com

IRVING, Texas -- Wanting a trade, receiver Patrick Crayton has decided not to attend any more voluntary offseason workouts with the Dallas Cowboys until something can be worked out, according to his agent, Fred Lyles.

Crayton has requested a meeting with Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, but that may not happen until next week.

Crayton and backup receiver Sam Hurd had asked to be traded after the Cowboys used their first-round pick in last week's draft on receiver Dez Bryant. There has been some interest in the receivers from other teams but apparently not enough for the Cowboys to warrant making a deal.


Although he will not show up for the voluntary workouts, Crayton will attend mandatory workouts at Valley Ranch.

Last season, Crayton had 37 catches for 622 yards with five touchdowns.

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With emergence of Miles Austin, Crayton is the odd man out. Roy Williams would be even tougher to move. I think he would be a good fit until Damaryius is fully ready. It usually takes longer time for rookie WRs to adjust to NFL than most of other positions.

If he can be had for 4th round, I'd say pull the trigger.

Crayton is worth a 7th rounder, no more than that.