Cassel traded to the Cowboys

AP

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Tuesday morning you won’t see a more gifted passer than Brandon Weeden. But Jones is apparently willing to look at whether to let his eyes wander.

With limited options in free agency and no apparent interest in signing Christian Ponder, Josh Johnson, or Matt Flynn (all of whom worked out for the Cowboys on Tuesday), Dallas has acquired Matt Cassel from the Bills.

Buffalo dumped Cassel and his $4 million-plus base salary before the start of the season, re-signing him for $2 million. Whatever the Bills received, it was enough to persuade them to go with Tyrod Taylor and EJ Manuel as their two main options.

Cassel’s arrival necessarily puts a little heat on Weeden, as Rodney Harrison noted during the final moments of Pro Football Talk on NBCSN. That could rattle the guy whom Jones praised, causing the former first-rounder of the Browns to look over his shoulder instead of focusing on the task at hand.

Either way, it’s Weeden and Cassel until Tony Romo returns from a broken collarbone — or until Weeden or Cassel are injured or dumped.

UPDATE 7:02 p.m. ET: PFT has confirmed that the trade is done.

134 responses to “Cassel traded to the Cowboys

  1. Good move by Jerry, experienced guy who had some success before just in case Weeden not up to the task at hand….Jerry is surprising me lately (last 2-3 yrs)

  2. It’s almost like nobody has seen the guy play in the last 7 years. Might as well pick up a free agent and roll with Weeden. Couldn’t be any worse than if Cassel has to play.

  3. Either way, it’s Weeden and Cassel until Tony Romo returns from a broken collarbone — or until Weeden or Cassel are injured or dumped.

    Actually there’s also Kellen Moore who was just promoted from Dallas’ practice squad.

  4. It doesn’t put any heat on Weeden. They needed another QB so McFadden wouldn’t be running the wildcat all game if Weeden went down.

  5. Starting experience is the most important thing to have in the a backup quarterback. The NFC East doesn’t look very strong this year and the Cowboys have to do whatever it takes until Romo returns.

  6. Weeden is not Bad! But it will NOT matter, by the time Romo & Dez are back, the Eagles will have already turned around their season. They’re losing 5 of the next 6 games!

  7. .
    The QBs of the AFC East

    Buffalo – Tyrod Taylor and EJ Manuel
    Miami – Ryan Tannehill and Matt Moore
    NY Jets – Ryan Fitzpatrick and Geno Smith
    Patriots – Tom Brady and Jimmy Garopollo
    .

  8. Chip Kelly check your ego at the door. get on that phone and call the steelers for MIKE VICK.
    When he ran your offense it was a think to watch .

    Since the other team couldn’t ignore the QB mobility like they do now with Bradford, and lets face it he doesn’t have an ARM that can scare anyone.

    .

  9. I thought they might have put him in on Sunday if Tyrod throws another pick. The sailing of the ball is due to him being short as we all know, but as a Bills fan, Im 45% sold on Taylor. Actually, he showed some gumption and didnt miss Sammy Watkins late there in the 4th. He misses stuff like that he’s gotta go.

  10. Tough luck for Cassel, supposedly one reason he resigned with the Bill’s is his wife is due to have a baby any time now, and his family had settled in Buffalo and didn’t want to relocate with the new baby coming…

  11. It’s a security move. Romo won’t be back for a while. If Weeden stinks it up or gets injured himself? Yeah.

  12. I am starting to wonder just how hard it really is to run an NFL team. If anyone in my fantasy football league had done something as stupid as trading for Matt Cassel, they would be universally crushed. A billionaire team owner does it and they are barely even criticized.

    Seriously, if any team wants to pay me millions to play with the waiver wire and trade late round draft picks for stiffs, I am VERY available.

  13. This makes no sense. Trade a draft pick for a guy who doesn’t know the offense, and who you’re probably going to release anyway once Romo is healthy again. I mean someone will have to be released for Romo to come back to the 53 man roster.

  14. catquick says:
    Sep 22, 2015 6:50 PM

    When Jerruh praises you, watch for the knife
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    It’s amazing how stupid some people are.

    Of course Weeden was told they would be bringing in someone else. Of course the contrived praise of Weeden on his regular appearance on the FAN was for the benefit of the media. Mindboggling how people can’t understand things without having them spelled out to them by the media. It’s not like confidence is important to players in sports or anything and Billionaires get to be billionaires BECAUSE they are stupid.

    Mom always said common sense isn’t so common anymore.

  15. Love all the doom and gloom you people are predicting for the cowboys. It’s sorta like how eagles were going to roll us last week and how we were fools not to give Murray all that money keep talking smack……. What fools you people ate

  16. Rex’s final words to Matt…”Please promise that you won’t allow yourself to be traded from Dallas to the Miami Dolphins, but if that is out of your control, please don’t punch their quarterback in the jaw. I got enough problems”.

  17. ballreaper says:
    Sep 22, 2015 6:51 PM

    Chip Kelly check your ego at the door. get on that phone and call the steelers for MIKE VICK.
    When he ran your offense it was a think to watch .

    Since the other team couldn’t ignore the QB mobility like they do now with Bradford, and lets face it he doesn’t have an ARM that can scare anyone.
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    Ok, first this an article about the Cowboys. Second, what you said is completely untrue. They we’re like 1-3 when Vick was starting and the offense was up and down. When Foles came in the offense was close to unstoppable for the rest of that season.

  18. Chips brain……Chip run circles? Well he seems to be the only one in the organization who can run!!! Lol!!! Cry eagles cry!!!

  19. The Bills are brilliant for this move… They loan Cassel to the Cowboys for a pic, then when Romo comes back, And they can just scoop him back up. free pic!

  20. Good move Tex. Tyrod had 3 interceptions, 2 fumbles and got sacked 8 times. A veteran like Cassell al least knows how to take a 3 step drop and fire. That’s what makes Brady so good. Bills finally get some good receivers and now this. BAD MOVE!

  21. Not much competition for Dallas in that division. 6-10 could take the division this year. The Cassell deal is a good move. Jones is an idiot, so you know he had little to do with it, aside from making the phone call.

  22. thesmartest1 says:
    Sep 22, 2015 6:44 PM

    Weeden is better than Cassel. Another dumb move Jer.
    ————————————————————
    Most of the people posting here seem to think the Cowboys should not have a backup QB at all for the next 8 weeks.

  23. fanofsportsman says:
    Sep 22, 2015 6:56 PM
    Tough luck for Cassel, supposedly one reason he resigned with the Bill’s is his wife is due to have a baby any time now, and his family had settled in Buffalo and didn’t want to relocate with the new baby coming…

    ——————————————————–

    You know, it really makes me wonder how players deal with these relocation issues. For example, what if you get traded midseason but your kid just started school a few weeks ago in that city, like what do you do? And how to you tell that to your wife? I guess you gotta know what you’re really getting into with the NFL.

  24. the90salloveragain says:
    Sep 22, 2015 7:02 PM
    Love all the doom and gloom you people are predicting for the cowboys. It’s sorta like how eagles were going to roll us last week and how we were fools not to give Murray all that money keep talking smack……. What fools you people ate

    ===========

    What is your official position with the Cowboys? You must have one since you keep saying “we” as if you deserve a single ounce of credit for anything the team you root for does.

    And like you, I am not sure what fools I ate.

  25. Cassell reminds me of Kyle Orton.

    Never good enough to be a long-term franchise starter, but he has enough chinks in the armor where he has experience in enough systems that I feel would feel comfortable if he had to play a few games for us.

  26. Mr. Jones is essentially correct about Mr. Weeden, he is a gifted passer. In fact, one can readily see the velocity when he steps into his passes. The problem is the intangibles. As a long time Cowboy fan, Craig Morton had an excellent arm, and great velocity. However, Morton could be easily rattled by the rush of a better than average defense. Many times Morton threw off of his back foot and his passes lacked steam when they needed to have steam. He was also sometimes rattled by the stress of the moment as in Super Bowl V. Weeden is similar to Morton, and for Weeden to have success the offensive line needs to be near perfect in their protection. This is what happened to Weeden in Cleveland. I’m not saying the young man cant have success, but he will need to know the plays implicitly, and get rid of the ball while stepping into his passes. Weeden does have a strong arm, but it is useless if he is not familiar with where his target will be (WR). He has the same or better velocity as Brady, but Brady always knows where everyone will be and delivers the ball quickly, two seconds and it is out of his hand.

  27. 302EaglesFan says:
    Sep 22, 2015 6:49 PM

    Weeden is not Bad! But it will NOT matter, by the time Romo & Dez are back, the Eagles will have already turned around their season. They’re losing 5 of the next 6 games!
    —————————

    Losing 5 out of 6 games is turning it around? Sounds like the same old Eagles to me.

  28. Every team needs two QB’s on the field during games and with Romo out for an indefinite period of time this is a natural move. Cassel is an experienced veteran and received praise from Rex for his help with Taylor. NFL capable QB’s are in short supply these days with the change in the college game.

  29. Not much of an upgrade for Weedan. JJ should have given Kurt Warner a call. Yes, Warner is 44, but still has a rocket for an arm and more smarts than all the Cassels & Weedans of the world. Geez, Old Man Blanda had a 5 game run at 43 back in the 70’s for the Raiders and he looked more like 53.

  30. Well, judging from most of the comments on here the Cowboys should just pack it in and forfeit the rest of the year. Or, you know, they could do their best and see how thing turn out.

    The reality is Dallas still has a decent chance to win their division. Their defense is better and will be more so when they get Hardy and McClain back in a few more games. I know they will miss Murray and his blistering 5.5 yards per game average but they will have to adjust. Then towards the end of the year the will have a fresh QB and top 5 WR for a playoff push.

    Of course, they could also just quit.

  31. argh88 says:
    Sep 22, 2015 6:47 PM

    It doesn’t put any heat on Weeden. They needed another QB so McFadden wouldn’t be running the wildcat all game if Weeden went down.
    —————
    After Derek Carr hurt his hand trying to stiff arm a Bengal DB, I found out that Michael Crabtree is Oakland’s emergency QB. When you don’t carry three QBs on the roster and your starter goes down, you have to go get somebody.

  32. exsquidao says:
    Not sure who’s going to look like the big doofus here, Jerrah or Sexy Rexy, but I assure you one of them will.
    ___________________________

    I have every faith that somehow they will both manage to.

  33. yes. light a spark under him with competition because that worked so well when he was trying to keep Jason Campbell, Colt McCoy and Brian Hoyer on the bench in Cleveland.

  34. dwbid42 says:
    Sep 22, 2015 7:14 PM
    Good move Tex. Tyrod had 3 interceptions, 2 fumbles and got sacked 8 times. A veteran like Cassell al least knows how to take a 3 step drop and fire. That’s what makes Brady so good. Bills finally get some good receivers and now this. BAD MOVE!
    ………………………………………………
    No idea how much football you watch, can’t be much. Both Taylor and Manuel are way better than Cassel. He stinks period!

  35. nbptma1 says:
    Sep 22, 2015 6:43 PM

    Good for Cassel.

    Would be great to see Brady vs his back-up on week 5.

    exactly what I thought,

    except for the favre led jets losing to the dolphins the pats would have made the playoffs in 08 when they finished 11-5. wouldn’t have been the first miracle around here.

    enjoy this while it lasts, it’s their time and it will likely never be seen again. 15 year coach combos aren’t going to be easy to come by. BB & Brady are technically dinosaurs.

  36. dickshotdogs says:
    Sep 22, 2015 6:55 PM
    I’ll bet he inquired about Garoppolo.
    ==============================
    That makes no sense. It would leave the Patriots without a backup and they used a 2nd round pick on him last year. They would also be giving him to their week 4 opponent. Also, word is that Jones was pushing hard for Goodell not to negotiate down from the 4-game suspension on Brady just because he didn’t want to face him. I doubt Belichick and Kraft will forget that.

  37. Rex didn’t want the quarterback controversy that haunted him in NY. He didn’t have one in Buffalo but after last week’s game one could be just around the corner. No one is going to be calling for Manuel if things go bad.

  38. lukedunphysscienceproject says:
    Sep 22, 2015 7:00 PM

    I am starting to wonder just how hard it really is to run an NFL team. If anyone in my fantasy football league had done something as stupid as trading for Matt Cassel, they would be universally crushed. A billionaire team owner does it and they are barely even criticized

    its called fantasy for a reason. games are won by players and not everything shows up on a stat sheet.

    ever since madden & fantasy everyone’s an owner/gm/coach/oc/dc/ppr/qb……

  39. You have to give it to Cassel. The guy didn’t even start in college and he has been in the NFL for 10 years (drafted in 2005 by the Patriots). He was traded for a high number two pick after having a winning record starting in Brady’s place when Tom was lost to a knee injury. Even after getting cut and brought back he is making $2MM a year. Best of all, next time the guy complains it will be he first time.

  40. Arizona learned last year…keep three QB’s on the roster, or find yourself sifting through the clearance rack of Matt Flynn’s, Christian Ponders and Ryan Lindley’s….bad QB’s who don’t know your offense. At which point you have to ask yourself….was it really worth it to give that last roster spot to a fourth TE that will only see the field on an occasional punt?

  41. tigerlilac says:
    Sep 22, 2015 8:18 PM

    Rex didn’t want the quarterback controversy that haunted him in NY. He didn’t have one in Buffalo but after last week’s game one could be just around the corner. No one is going to be calling for Manuel if things go bad

    yup, that was my second thought.

  42. “You know, it really makes me wonder how players deal with these relocation issues. For example, what if you get traded midseason but your kid just started school a few weeks ago in that city, like what do you do? And how to you tell that to your wife? ”

    A lot of players don’t even bother moving their families and simply live away from them during the season. The money and security once their usually short NFL careers makes it with the separation.

    If you move your family to a city based on anything but the biggest of NFL contracts you’re taking a chance you’ll be moving again in a few months.

  43. billswillnevermove says:
    Sep 22, 2015 8:06 PM

    dwbid42 says:
    Sep 22, 2015 7:14 PM
    Good move Tex. Tyrod had 3 interceptions, 2 fumbles and got sacked 8 times. A veteran like Cassell al least knows how to take a 3 step drop and fire. That’s what makes Brady so good. Bills finally get some good receivers and now this. BAD MOVE!
    ………………………………………………
    No idea how much football you watch, can’t be much. Both Taylor and Manuel are way better than Cassel. He stinks period!
    —————————————————-
    Oh the horror of being a Bills fan. You do realize you signed Cassel, TWICE, right? Cassel’s done something your beloved Bills haven’t in like what? 16 years? Made the playoffs. Face it Bills fan, your team was exposed as the fraud it is. Maybe the next time the Bills draft a QB it might actually work out but until then enjoy those 7-9, 8-8 seasons if you’re lucky. If you’re pinning your franchises hope on Taylor and Manuel you have NO hope.

  44. This is a very sensible move, especially if you remember what happened to the Cardinals last year – Coach Of The Year Bruce Arians figured he was set with Palmer, Stanton and Logan Thomas – then when Palmer went down for the year, he brought in RYAN LINDLEY to back up. Stanton promptly went down, and because Thomas was so incredibly bad that left Lindley as Last Man Standing. So basically Arians relied on 2 back-up QBs who were not even Arena League talent to fill in, and look what happened. At least Cassell is experienced and has had SOME success.

  45. jvw1982 says:
    Sep 22, 2015 6:41 PM
    Good move by Jerry, experienced guy who had some success before just in case Weeden not up to the task at hand….Jerry is surprising me lately (last 2-3 yrs)
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    Stephen is starting to take over for Dad. That’s why they passed on Johnny Football and didn’t try to get Adrian Peterson.

  46. What’s the big deal? Dallas needs a backup when the backup becomes the starter. Nothing to see here other than a prudent move by a team. I think it makes plenty of sense.

  47. A first round pick to Ted Thompson might have given him access to the Packers third string quarterback who shows far more upside than what he’s got going now.

  48. @ thesmartest1 says:

    Weeden is better than Cassel. Another dumb move Jer.

    Seriously? This is about adding depth AND letting two guys compete for the backup spot once Cassel is up to speed. This allows the F.O. and coaching staff a chance to see who is the best fit at backup for the foreseeable future. This is called an astute football move. McClay is all over this trade, and he has done a great job bringing in guys to contribute. Concerning you, however, your name is obviously a misnomer.

    This signing absolutely puts the heat on Weeden – competition brings out the best in athletes, and if Weeden keeps the starting gig for now, great. If not, Cassel likely gets to show what he can do. This is NOT about getting a guy to replace Weeden while Romo is out. This is about depth, and evaluating the backup for the future. If Cassel takes Weeden’s job before Romo gets back, so be it. Next man up is always the mantra.

    Weeden AND Cassel are in a situation where both are auditioning for their future, regardless of the team that may (or may not) be.

  49. Bills fans must be thrilled that it looks like Captain Toe Jam is making the personnel decisions. Your playoff hopes are in the capable hands of a 5 foot nothing T-Immobile or BJ Manuel. New season, same old loveabills. Wide right. Again.

  50. Wow! For as much as Mr. Jones has just conceded his love for the “thing of beauty” Brandon Weeden, he has professed no such love for Kellen Moore. So imagine if Weeden and Cassel both go down, then what, Mr. Jones?

  51. tigerlilac says:
    Sep 22, 2015 8:18 PM
    Rex didn’t want the quarterback controversy that haunted him in NY. He didn’t have one in Buffalo but after last week’s game one could be just around the corner. No one is going to be calling for Manuel if things go bad.
    ————————
    Wow, you have to be joking? Taylor didn’t play all that bad and Manuel is way better than Cassel. Cassel stinks. Proves that any QB with Ernie Adams running the show can play QB for the Pats. Noodle armed Brady was never a starter in college either. He played, but was nothing special. Why he was drafted in the 6th round. Wonder how he became a superstar? Never has happened in the history of the NFL. Why Brady takes pat cuts to stay with the Pats. He wouldn’t start on any other team. He is nothing without Ernie Adams. Brady throws nothing but three yard passes.

  52. Patriots playbook, Patriots secret practice tape, inflation techniques, secrets to how run legal, but illegal picks, formations and even hot to steel other teams play calls! ALL INCLUSIVE!

  53. Cassel is another Weeden, almost the same guy…. both have had a little success but nothing to write home about… Both can drive the bus if needed. As a cowboy fan I prefer Weeden just because he has taken first team reps every wednesday for 2 years. I expect Beasley and Devin Street to have good days. Watch for Escobar as well

  54. Doesn’t Romo have a brother, cousin, or distant relative that can step in? There MUST be better options in this world from Cassell and Weeden. There really isn’t that many good football players in the NFL.. How is it that only 5-6 people are considered even remotely good today.. World needs more qbs.. Too bad baseball is safer, easier, and a bigger pay check I guess.

  55. I think Cassel was as much as we could have hoped for. Lifetime 59% with 96TD to 70 INT’s. I would say that is a serviceable backup. I’m optimistic with Weeden and Cassel. However, never has it been more clear that we gotta find out next guy in next year’s draft.

  56. Cassel can no longer be considered an NFL starting QB. He been in decline for a few years now. Weeden is the starter, and Cassel is the backup. I assume Jerry wanted an experienced backup QB and not a youngster trying to work his way up. Jones wasn’t looking for future potential. He wanted a QB ready to set in if the situation warrants. It’s not a bad move.

  57. From 2008-2011 (Cassell’s only 15 plus game seasons), he averaged 21 td’s to 11 picks. At least he can hold down the fort until Romo is back and salvage a playoff run. Not so sure about these other qb candidates

  58. As a Viking fan wish him well. I wish he was still with us but his money made us moved him. I thought he is a good Don Strock qb
    Good for a game or two serviceable.

  59. Why would you give up anything of value for a pud like Cassel?
    Bringing Jim Sorgi out of mothballs and paying him with beef jerky would make more sense.
    Quincy Carter’s left nut is better than Cassel.

  60. thermo321 says:
    Sep 22, 2015 6:59 PM
    Why doesn’t any team ever take a look at Josh Freeman?

    21 63

    You obviously didn’t see his first and only start with the Vikings against the Giants on Monday night a couple years ago. He was put in a terrible situation, but that game could have ended Montana’s career.

  61. billswillnevermove says:
    Sep 22, 2015 9:00 PM

    tigerlilac says:
    Sep 22, 2015 8:18 PM
    Rex didn’t want the quarterback controversy that haunted him in NY. He didn’t have one in Buffalo but after last week’s game one could be just around the corner. No one is going to be calling for Manuel if things go bad.
    ————————
    Wow, you have to be joking? Taylor didn’t play all that bad and Manuel is way better than Cassel. Cassel stinks. Proves that any QB with Ernie Adams running the show can play QB for the Pats. Noodle armed Brady was never a starter in college either. He played, but was nothing special. Why he was drafted in the 6th round. Wonder how he became a superstar? Never has happened in the history of the NFL. Why Brady takes pat cuts to stay with the Pats. He wouldn’t start on any other team. He is nothing without Ernie Adams. Brady throws nothing but three yard passes.

    —————————-

    That 24 win 3 loss record Brady has against the Bills really must sting 🙂

    Face it, the only reason for the Bills to keep having a franchise is to get the incomparably dreamy Tom Brady to set foot in that god forsaken ghost town once a year 😉

    (actually I like Buffalo and wish them well when they aren’t playing the Pats)

  62. HAHAHAHA….this was a Vikings cast off. He couldn’t make the team as a back up to Bridgewater. Every year, I thank the football gods that Jerry Jones remains as the GM of the Cowgirls. That way I know they will NEVER win another Super Bowl.

  63. Cassel is great back up QB, and once familiar with the system is a better option than Weeden. I hate the Cowboys, but I think they got this one right.

    I miss the old Jerry Jones that made emotional picks and trades. Moves like this are too sensible and pragmatic… Boring.

  64. “Never good enough to be a long-term franchise starter, but he has enough chinks in the armor where he has experience in enough systems that I feel would feel comfortable if he had to play a few games for us.”

    Just FYI, that’s not how “chinks in armor” is used.

    A chink in armor is a weak spot. Ex: I rammed a spear through a chink in the invader’s armor, and we put his severed head on a pike outside the moat to keep his ilk from soiling our women and drinkin’ all the ale!”

    Chinks in armor could also be a fascinating band name, as well as perhaps an odd fetish. Or two.

  65. Matt welcome to the circus…

    Your ring leader is Al Davis Jr and his puppet garrettkeet.

    Sit back and get your free money…

  66. Matts nickname could be “A Well Traveled Man”. Patriots, Chiefs, Vikes, Bills, and now Cowboys. That 5 teams in his career. A well traveled man!!!!

  67. brenenostler says:
    Sep 22, 2015 7:16 PM

    You know, it really makes me wonder how players deal with these relocation issues. For example, what if you get traded midseason but your kid just started school a few weeks ago in that city, like what do you do? And how to you tell that to your wife? I guess you gotta know what you’re really getting into with the NFL.
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    No different then when military people have to PCS, they pack up and move, and put their kids in another school, we once went through a 3 year span where the Army moved us every October

  68. Rex talked his way into the pants of Buffalo’s owner and fans with promises he couldn’t keep. But he loves you. That’s a relationship as abusive as Ray Rice’s with his wife; it’s just mental, not physical abuse.

  69. Dallas needs to just survive the next eight games which is doable with a great OL and a Decent defense. If they win four, that should leave them positioned to win the East.

    how many wins will the NFL east winner have ?

  70. billswillnevermove says:

    Wow, you have to be joking? Taylor didn’t play all that bad and Manuel is way better than Cassel. Cassel stinks. Proves that any QB with Ernie Adams running the show can play QB for the Pats. Noodle armed Brady was never a starter in college either. He played, but was nothing special. Why he was drafted in the 6th round. Wonder how he became a superstar? Never has happened in the history of the NFL. Why Brady takes pat cuts to stay with the Pats. He wouldn’t start on any other team. He is nothing without Ernie Adams. Brady throws nothing but three yard passes.
    ————————————————————
    Dudes, you serious? Are you serious????

    As a Bills fan, I don’t like Brady either, but I have much respect for his career. Give respect where it’s due. Belichick wouldn’t be half the genius he is known to be without Brady.

    You would be the same guy raving about Brady as “greatest ever” if he had his career in Buffalo.

  71. Yeah, I guess Taylor really stinks according to Patriot fans:

    4th in NFL completion percentage
    6th in NFL passing touchdowns
    2nd in NFL of plays 20+ yards
    9th in NFL QBR (103.3)

    Yeah, that is just awful.

  72. whaley got played by jones….the cowboys needed a quarterback and the trade was equal or less value than what buffalo traded to get cassell in march….i hope the draft pick is conditional considering bills have to wait til 2017 and can become a 4th rounder if he’s the starter. at minimum whaley should have not given up a 7th rounder with cassell. but whatever none of this matters except now the bills are 1 suh sack away from returnting to the EJ era sunday and the right side of the o-line is looking shaky.

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