Cowboys don't plan to spend wildly
One of the advantages to having the NFL go uncapped in 2010 is that teams are free to spend as much as they like during the offseason—with no salary cap to slow them down.
However, as you’ve probably already heard/figured out/don’t care to know, NFL teams can also choose to spend as little as they like—with no predetermined “salary floor” that must be reached.
In what may come as a surprise to some of you, the Dallas Cowboys are letting it be known that they don’t plan on breaking the bank this offseason.
Speaking to the Associated Press, Dallas vice president Stephen Jones said that the team doesn’t plan on spending wildly on free agents this offseason and that because of the money tied up in the Tony Romo and DeMarcus Ware deals, the Cowboys are not interested in a spending spree.
Call it being financially prudent.
Or call it a bluff as the Cowboys get set to bulk-up their roster for a run at the 2011 Super Bowl.
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