Randy Moss to the Dallas Cowboys? Top Six Reasons It’s a Bad Idea

February 26, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Amidst reports that Randy Moss could be headed to Dallas (albeit from the biggest “gossip magazine” in sports, ESPN), DallasCowboysTimes.com will detail six reasons why signing Randy Moss would be disastrous for the Dallas Cowboys.
1.  He will want too much money.
If Dallas trades for Moss, it is likely that he would want a new contract.  With $45 million invested in Roy Williams and a Miles Austin long-term deal evident, there would just be too much money tied up in one position.
Even without a salary cap in 2010, teams are hesitant to overspend (yes, even Jerry) because of the current economy and the uncertainty of future NFL economics.
If Moss was to be brought in for just this season with no long-term extension given, it would still be a poor fit for of the following reasons.
2.  It will stunt the growth of Kevin Ogletree.
Ogletree showed signs of greatness last season.  He displayed goo...

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