5 NFL Teams Desperate Enough to Trade for Robert Griffin III

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Jerry Jones
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Dallas Cowboys

We’ve all heard the rumors that have been making their way around the NFL for the last couple of months. The Cowboys need help at quarterback after they failed to field a capable backup when Tony Romo went down with a broken collarbone.

Jerry Jones hasn’t been shy about his infatuation with Griffin, praising the way he shredded the Dallas defense in the past. We know that the Cowboys owner tends to make decisions based more on personal preference instead of what’s best for the team, which makes a potential trade all the more likely.

Even if it meant dishing out big bucks and reasonable compensation, the Cowboys have to be considered players for Griffin. It may actually be one of the only teams he’d be willing to go to since it would mean he could play against the Redskins twice each season.

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