NFL rumors are circulating around Jared Goff. The draft is taking place at the end of April. Teams in the National Football League are scrambling right now to scout the players before making gigantic decisions. The future of their franchise rests in the balance. Every year, the Dallas Cowboys are always under the microscope. Fans always want to know what they’re going to do. According to NFL.com, there is a very good chance that they end up with California Golden Bears quarterback Jared Goff.
By making a big trade with the Tennessee Titans, the Los Angeles Rams shook up the NFL Draft. The belief is that they’re going after a franchise quarterback. The top two at the position North Dakota State Bison star Carson Wentz and Jared Goff. By giving up a ton of assets, the Rams are in position to choose which one they deem fit to carry their offense.
Some NFL Draft experts believe that the Cleveland Browns might take a flyer on Myles Jack. The former UCLA Bruins star is a high risk, high reward selection. His torn ACL injury is still being dissected by scouts for every team. Jack is considered one of the most versatile players coming into the National Football League. Many view him as a middle linebacker. However, his pass coverage skills has some thinking that he might be able to play safety.
If the Cleveland Browns go with Myles Jack and the San Diego Chargers go with Jalen Ramsey, then the Dallas Cowboys will have a hard decision to make. Team owner Jerry Jones wants to find an immediate starter. However, he also remembers what happened when Tony Romo went down last season. They might not get another chance like this to find their quarterback of the future.
If Jared Goff is still on the board when the Dallas Cowboys make their choice in the NFL Draft, fans are going to be begging for a talented quarterback. Many still have last season fresh on their minds. A lot of them don’t want to see Kellen Moore being forced into action. Goff might be considered a savior of sort to Cowboys fans.
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