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Trade for Roy Williams looking like a colossal mistake for Cowboys

In baseball, everyone remembers bad trades like the 1990 deal where the Boston Red Sox traded future star Jeff Bagwell to the Houston Astros for aging setup man Larry Anderson.  But the NFL has also seen its fair share of one-sided trades throughout the league’s 90-year existence.  To name a few doozys that some fans will want to remember and some forget: Cowboys trading running back Herschel Walker (along with one other player and picks) to the Vikings for four players and eight picks, including three first-rounders that led directly to Dallas winning three Super Bowls. Colts trading future Hall of Fame running back Marshall Faulk to the St. Louis Rams for second- and fifth-round picks in the 1999 draft. The Redskins tradin...

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