Jerry Jones says the Cowboys are more likely to trade down than attempt to trade up on draft day.
Which means you can look for them to move up.
Every year, Jones calls a pre-draft press conference. The media dutifully shows up, just in case he addresses other topics besides the draft. As far as the draft itself, anything Jones and the Cowboys says prior to draft day is usually a smokescreen.
Jerry Jones is many things, but most of all he is a shrewd businessman. Why would he tip his hand publicly before the wheeling and dealing begins with Thursday's first round?
Last year, there was no indication the Cowboys were going to move up. Next thing you know, they've done just that to grab Morris Claiborne with the No. 6 overall pick.
The Cowboys had a need for cornerback last year, one that was satisfied in part by the signing of free agent Brandon Carr. Jerry couldn't resist the chance to add another high-value corner in the draft.
The Cowboys enter this year's draft with several ...