Report: Dallas Cowboys expected to be buyers at NFL trade deadline

The Dallas Cowboys are heading into their bye week with a 4-2 record, and while they won't be in action this weekend, it doesn't mean they won't be working.  

The Cowboys have several areas to address on the field, particularly improving their offense, which falls on the shoulders of head coach and play-caller Mike McCarthy.  

With the NFL trade deadline approaching on October 31st, there's an expectation that the Cowboys will be buyers, potentially in an aggressive manner. 

Last year, the Cowboys didn't make any moves at the trade deadline, which left some fans disappointed. However, it's worth noting that they acquired Johnathan Hankins a week before the 2022 deadline.  

This year, with a 4-2 record and clear areas for improvement, such as linebacker, wide receiver, and cornerback, the Cowboys are expected to explore trade opportunities, as reported by Jordan Schultz. 

The Cowboys have demonstrated a willingness to make trades in recent seasons. Last fall, they traded for Hankins,  

and they were active in the trade market during the offseason, acquiring Stephon Gilmore, Brandin Cooks, and Trey Lance.  

They also sent Kelvin Joseph to the Miami Dolphins in exchange for Noah Igbinoghene at the final roster cutdowns. 

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