Of course, this is mere speculation... but foxsports.com's Alex Marvez seems to think that the Dolfia -- Bill Parcells/Jeff Ireland/Tony Sparano -- could sign some current Cowboys to short-term deals as they begin their rebuilding process.
I know you're probably thinking, how in the heck is that trio gonna do us any favors by signing some of our players?
In Marvez' breakdown of AFC East teams and their expected attempts to upgrade their present rosters in the off season, he has this to say about the Miami Dolphins...
Projected cap space -- $21.6 million: Thinking he had more long-term job security, Mueller made personnel decisions last off-season designed to clear cap space for 2008. Still, the Dolphins have so many issues that even the room Mueller created isn't enough to fill every hole. Because of their familiarity with Dallas' personnel, don't be surprised if Miami takes a stab at some of the Cowboys' pending free agents like left tackle Flozell Adams, safety Ken Hamlin, and cornerbacks Jacques Reeves and Nate Jones. Re-signing right guard Rex Hadnot before the signing period begins should be Miami's top priority.
Although I disagree with him on Big Bill signing an older Flozell Adams to a lucrative deal, I could see him adding Jacques Reeves and Nate Jones as vets who are familiar with their way of doing things.
Although it probably won't happen, a man can always hope and pray, can't he?
Oh God in Heaven, please give Ireland and Parcells an overwhelming desire to acquire these two DBs...
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