FYI-this isn't the first time I've heard this rumbling. Personally, I would prefer to get a blue-chip CB/deep play WR with our 2 #1's. However-considering that when Jerry makes known his "desires", he's speaking the truth 9/10 times, sadly(i.e. 2 years ago after TO got kicked off the Eagles, he did the same thing). Anyhow-just for fun-what do you think of this deal b/w your team and mine...both of our #1's, and assuming Asante bolts, add Terrence Newman to this mix(he has 1 year left in his K)? BTW-Barber is going to be an RFA. From Dec. 14, ESPN Tip Sheet: Jonesing for McFadden?: Ol' buddy Rick Gosselin of The Dallas Morning News twice now has suggested, in print and in a pregame discussion at Gillette Stadium last Sunday afternoon, that Jerry Jones might be interested in cutting a deal in the 2008 draft to land Arkansas tailback Darren McFadden, who is expected to forego his remaining college eligibility and enter next April's lottery. "Goose" makes a pretty compelling case, and lays out a scenario that bears watching. Courtesy of a 2007 draft day trade with Cleveland, the deal that allowed the Browns to select Notre Dame quarterback Brady Quinn, the Cowboys own two first-round choices in 2008. And the Dallas roster has just enough depth at a few positions that Jones probably could afford to throw a pretty good player into the mix of any trade proposal. The Miami Dolphins, who can clinch the top overall pick with a loss at Baltimore on Sunday, are more than one player away from even basic respectability, and might bite at the opportunity to turn the top overall choice into a draft bonanza. Plus, the Dolphins already have invested heavily in a tailback, Ronnie Brown, and might not need McFadden, especially if Brown is making good progress in his rehabilitation from anterior cruciate ligament surgery. The Cowboys, no matter who has coached them, never really have embraced Julius Jones, and the veteran tailback is eligible for unrestricted free agency in the spring. Marion Barber is a terrific back, and is starting to get the bulk of the carries, but will be a restricted free agent. And as good as Barber is, most scouts don't rate him in the class of McFadden, who some suggest will be as good as Adrian Peterson, this year's running back phenomenon. Jones always has been a mover and shaker in the draft, a guy hardly shy about taking risks, and he is adept at going up and down the board. Could be that, in 4 Â½ months, he'll try to get all the way to the top of the board.