Cowboys hold Andre Gurode out at Minnesota

Andre Gurode didn’t have anything to say after the Dallas Cowboys say him down Saturday night at Minnesota.

The five-time Pro Bowl center was a spectator, fueling speculation he will soon be an ex-Cowboy.

According to Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the team is trying to trade Gurode or get him to take a pay cut. He is due to earn $5.5 million this season. It could also be the Cowboys don’t want Gurode to play and become injured, something that could put the club on the hook for all of the money this season.

Phil Costa replaced Gurode in the game. Gurdoe was complimentary toward Costa, but at the expense of his own job?

“You not going to get me to say anything," Gurode said, per Hill.

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