One thing you learn about rumors is that there is usually some truth to be found in them.
Earlier this week, it was leaked by an un-named source in the Cowboys front office that the Cowboys might be interested in trading Dez Bryant, the rookie sensation from the 2010 season expected by many to fill the role of the next great wide receiver for the Dallas Cowboys.
While Stephen Jones emphatically denied that the Cowboys have any interest in trading Bryant, the time-tested theory of "everything has a price" is still in effect.
And one thing I've learned after watching Jerry Jones for twenty years is that the hints are there for a purpose, and nothing is by coincidence. Whether it be misdirection or for "feeler" purposes to see what Bryant might bring, there is a very good chance that the Cowboys want other teams to know that the door on Bryant is not closed.
Here's a look at some of the pros and cons of what trading Bryant might mean to the Cowboys.