Amari Cooper, a veteran NFL receiver, is making the Dallas Cowboys look pretty bad for trading him to the Cleveland Browns in exchange
for just a fifth-round pick after posting back-to-back games with over 100 receiving yards and a touchdown.
Fans criticized the move on Thursday night. Jerry Jones, the owner and general manager of the Cowboys, appears to have his reasons, though.
You can't have it all, Jones said, adding that the Cowboys traded Cooper to free up cap space so they could improve the team in other areas.
Jones made this revelation on a radio interview with 105.3 The Fan on Friday afternoon.
According to Jon Machota, Jones said on 105.3, "The problem with Amari Cooper was how much we were paying him and what we could do with that money.