Patriots and Commanders sought to trade up for Cowboys draft pick Tyler Guyton, according to Guyton.  

According to the rookie, Tyler Guyton was selected by the Cowboys before he could be drafted by two other teams via trade up.  

In the first round of the 2024 NFL Draft, the Dallas Cowboys were a lottery pick. After evaluating their options, the Cowboys decided to accept the Detroit Lions' offer to go back five spots because they still had players available.  

We now know that the Cowboys and the Lions reached an agreement to trade, moving the Cowboys down five spots and obtaining selection number 73 in the process  

Dallas appeared to have a good option in dealing down again while they were on the clock at 29, one that might have resulted in further draft picks. Gaining additional capital felt fantastic.  

Guyton says it's a good thing they did since the Washington Commanders or New England Patriots might have reached him before them.  

Assuming this is accurate, neither the Commanders nor the Patriots selected again in the first round, indicating that they either gave up on other candidates or thought they weren't worth it.

Being a division foe, the Commanders' involvement in this is clearly intriguing, but it's also noteworthy since Dan Quinn, their head coach, has a history of stealing players and personnel from the Cowboys.   

It appears like the real Cowboys were able to hold him off this time, just as they did with Al Harris.  

The April 12, 2024 Edition of Your Daily FinanceScope 

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