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September 02, 2010

Crayton's agent says his client is good as gone, would like the Cowboys to release him

 

Receiver Patrick Crayton's declined to talk to the media after Thursday's preseason game against the Dolphins. Crayton suited up for pre-game warmups but didn't play in the game like most regulars.

According to sources, it may be the last time Crayton suits up for Cowboys who are aggressively shopping him in a trade and may even cut him in the next couple of days because of his $2 million salary.

Crayton's agent Fred Lyles said he's been hearing the rumors all week from inside and outside the Cowboys complex. It's his opinion that Crayton is gone and plans to ask the Cowboys to release him.

"I'm 99 percent sure that was the last time Crayton will enter the stadium as a Cowboy," Lyles said in a text message after the game. "It's no reason to prolong the situation. Why not relase him now?"

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones declined comment when asked about Crayton's situation after the game.

 

 

 

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It's probably too late, But don't let Crayton go. His reliability is too great and there is no other player on the roster that can do as many things as he does. Please,hold on to this player!!!

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