Cowboys open to making a deal, but finding a fit hard
Summary of 2 articles · Updated Oct 25, 2013
“He’s got to fit under the cap. “At the end of the day it’s got to fit our cap, and that’s another thing,” Jones said. “I think people are getting more and more skilled at that in terms of how they look at it and know that if you trade for a guy he’s got to fit,” Jones said. The Cowboys have limited salary-cap room to absorb money even for the final eight games of the season and will be in a difficult situation in 2014. Already limited in the moves they could make this offseason because of salary cap penalties, they’re staring at about $2 million in cap space now, and are projected to be more than $30 million over next year’s cap, so big-ticket additions are going to be hard to pull off.
IRVING, Texas -- The NFL trade deadline is Tuesday but Dallas Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones acknowledged the team is not likely to strike a deal. The Cowboys have limited salary-cap room to absorb money even for the final eight games of…