Found February 27, 2013 on Fox Sports Southwest:
IRVING, Texas I'm not certain where the story of free-agent receiver Steve Breaston being coveted by the Dallas Cowboys as a "third receiver'' came from. But I know where the story should go: The circular file. Dallas has "zero interest'' in the seven-year veteran, a team source tells me. Breaston, 29, was cut by the Chiefs last week and is reportedly involved in talks with the Browns and Steelers. But despite a flood of national and local reports to the contrary, Dallas has no involvement here. It's a "trash-can'' story. The primary reason the source gives me for Dallas' lack of interest is basic: The Cowboys, 20 million over the cap, are not in shopping mode. Two other factors: One the Cowboys believe they are developing third-receiver candidates such as Dwayne Harris and Cole Beasley to play behind starters Dez Bryant and Miles Austin. And two, there is a quiet and league-wide doubt that Breaston who caught just seven passe...
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