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October 15, 2013

Jerry Jones: the defensive line is his biggest concern but doesn’t want trade a high pick for help

Owner Jerry Jones stated the obvious on his radio Tuesday morning when he said the defensive line is the Dallas Cowboys' biggest concern six weeks into the season.

The loss of defensive end DeMarcus Ware for at least a week or two is the latest setback up for a unit that is already without ends Tyrone Crawford and Anthony Spencer for the season and has seemingly given up hope of getting back defensive tackle Jay Ratliff at any point this season.

The Cowboys are scouring the waiver wire and the streets for help up front, but Jones said the team will not trade a future high draft pick to get a defensive lineman.

“It’s pretty well known, I imagine, around the league, some of the issues we got with our defensive front,” Jones said on 105.3 The Fan [KRLD-FM], “so if some other GMs or personnel people are sitting there saying, ‘I bet Dallas might be interested in this lineman,’ then their wheels are turning, too. That could still happen, but we’re not going to be in a position, and don’t want to give up a high draft pick to get a defensive lineman right now.”

The Cowboys are expected to sign veteran defensive end Jarius Wynn, who has five years of experience with the Packers and Chargers. 

Clarence Hill

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