New York Jets wanted a first-round draft pick from the Dallas Cowboys for defensive end Sheldon Richardson.
New York Jets wanted a first-round draft pick from the Dallas Cowboys for defensive end Sheldon Richardson. Ross D. Franklin AP
New York Jets wanted a first-round draft pick from the Dallas Cowboys for defensive end Sheldon Richardson. Ross D. Franklin AP

Dumb trade? Jets wanted a 1st-round pick from Cowboys for Richardson

November 08, 2016 03:56 PM

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