TI have Dallas Cowboys unexpectedly lost one of their best players at the expense of Denver Broncosas revenge, there are several reports that indicate that Team America’s idea is to immediately fill the vacancy with Mile High’s top player when they won their last Super Bowl.
On Tuesday, the Broncos agreed to sign a pass rusher. Randy Gregory which the Cowboys say convinced him to stay on the Lone Star team, however the player changed his mind and would sign with Denver for five years and $70 million at the start of free agency, all according to a report by NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo.
Cowboys plan for revenge
Upon learning of the development and after initial disappointment, the controversial owner’s team Jerry Jones has already gone to work and is working hard to acquire the services of the Super Bowl 50 MVP and the current NFL champion von Miller.
Miller has residence in close proximity to Cowboys training centershe was a Cowboys fan as a child, and his traditional cowboy hat makes this marriage project at least possible.
Miller, a key Rams player who won Super Bowl LVI.
The Texas A&M graduate was selected with the second overall pick in the 2011 Broncos Draft and shone in that organization for 10 seasons, but was traded to the Broncos midway through season 11. Los Angeles Rams and became a key player in the team’s victory in Super Bowl LVI.
According to Jane Slater of the NFL Network, a source from the team whose quarterback Duck Prescott told her exclusively that the franchise is “doing its due diligence”.
It’s worth noting that the Cowboys have already received one of their pass rushers as they signed a 3-year, $40 million contract on Monday to keep Demarcus Lawrence in a team.