IRVING, Texas (AP) - Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones again
lived up to his reputation as a deal maker in the second day of the
Jones completed six deals, including the one that will bring
suspended cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones to Dallas. The NFL
formally approved the trade with Tennessee today.
The Cowboys then made five trades before they selected their
first player during the draft's second day.
Dallas picked up Georgia Tech running back Tashard Choice, Boise
State cornerback Orlando Scandrick and Middle Tennessee State
defensive lineman Erik Walden.
The team also acquired a 2009 third-round choice from Cleveland
and a 2009 fourth-rounder from Detroit.
The Cowboys began the draft yesterday by taking Arkansas running
back Felix Jones, South Florida cornerback Mike Jenkins and took
Texas A&M tight end Martellus Bennett.
1 (22) Felix Jones, rb, Arkansas
1 (25) Mike Jenkins, db, South Florida
2 (61) Martellus Bennett, te, Texas A&M
4 (122) Tashard Choice, rb, Georgia Tech
5 (143) Orlando Scandrick, db, Boise State
6 (167) Erik Walden, lb, Middle Tennesse
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