The Dallas Cowboys are considering potential trade options to bolster their cornerback position,
one intriguing proposal from Bleacher Report's Kristopher Knox suggests that the team could target Jacksonville Jaguars
cornerback Shaquill Griffin in exchange for a seventh-round draft pick. Griffin's acquisition would serve as a valuable secondary option for
the Cowboys if they are unable to secure a trade for Los Angeles Rams cornerback Jalen Ramsey.
Shaquill Griffin's appeal to the Cowboys lies in his experience and potential to contribute positively to their cornerback group.
While he faced challenges due to injuries and underwhelming play in recent seasons, Knox points out that Griffin, a former Pro Bowler with the Seattle Seahawks in 2019,
offers an attractive alternative to Ramsey. Despite being a tier or two below Ramsey's elite status, Griffin is only 27 years old and could be acquired at a reasonable cost.
Griffin's 2021 season with the Jaguars was marred by a back injury that limited his availability, and his performance the previous year left room for improvement with an overall pass-rush grade (OPR) of 109.5.
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