That means at least one team is out of the running for the services of Bobby Wagner.
Cowboys exec vp Stephen Jones spoke about the team’s interest in the All-Pro linebacker on Tuesday..
Even though the Cowboys were interested in Wagner, Jones informed reporters that this hypothetical pairing would never come to fruition.
That Dan has a history with Bobby and knows him well warrants an investigation, Jones said. His football skills are Hall of Fame-caliber. However, as it turned out, it didn’t work out for us.
Wagner, 31, is still playing at a high level despite being 31 years old. He recorded 170 total tackles, five pass breakups, an interception, and a sack last season.
Seattle linebacker Malcolm Smith is looking for a one-year deal worth roughly $11 million according to NFL writer Peter King.
Wagner is fortunate in that he still has a number of suitors interested in him.. In fact, he visited the Baltimore Ravens and Los Angeles Rams only last week.