Cowboys News: Jerry Jones and league not seeing eye-to-eye, Trysten sent packing, Cooks stays put

Cowboys news doesn’t take a bye week. Plenty of action for America’s Team in the headlines to kick off November,

but the lead story is the team’s inaction at the trade deadline.

 We’ve got details on why negotiations for Texans wideout Brandin Cooks broke down at the last minute

… and how Cooks himself reacted. Trysten Hill was apparently on the trade block,

but getting no suitors, he’s now out the door. And a team big shot just dropped a big hint as to when Tyron Smith may be back in action.

Meanwhile, we’re getting an inside glimpse as to why the Cowboys are likely to stick with their running-back tandem approach,

we’re spotlighting a real trouble spot within the Dallas defense,

Dak Prescott gets a top-notch grade for his Week 8 performance,

and Micah Parsons has a valid beef with officials after one egregious play on Sunday.

All that, plus Jerry Jones went for the punchline with his Halloween costume this year,

but the NFL may have the last laugh about it. That and more in this edition of News and Notes.

Dallas cut Hill despite the strides he’s made recently.


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