Cowboys refute reports of Randy Gregory drama

Linked to chandler jones or one Von Miller meeting, the Broncos opted for a younger passer instead. They gave Randy Gregory a five-year, $70 million contract, $28 million of which is guaranteed. These conditions were also present in the offer of the Cowboys, this one appeared Gregory was ready to accept earlier Tuesday.

The terms of the Cowboys’ proposal appear to have prompted Gregory’s change of course. The Cowboys included language in their offer that the money could be forfeited or withheld due to fines or suspension, David Moore of the Dallas Morning News tweet. That layout angered Gregory’s camp, with NFL.com’s Jane Slater add the defensive end felt he was inserted “at the 11th hour”. No such clause is present in Gregory’s Denver deal, according to Slater.

However, some Cowboy pushbacks also appeared. The Cowboys, understandably, aren’t happy with how it all turned out. They didn’t include the language at the end of the process, according to Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. The Cowboys are believed to include this language in every player’s agreement except for Dak PrescottHill adds, with ESPN.com’s Ed Werder noting that this isn’t a Cowboys-specific clause. Suspensions frequently void player warranties, and Slater adds the Cowboys were open to adjusting the language here.

Contracts can’t be formalized for free agents changing teams until the league’s new year begins Wednesday afternoon, but it looks like Gregory is leaving town after seven tough years in Dallas. Gregory has been suspended four times, with marijuana issues causing most of the problems, 9News’ Mike Klis Remarks.

The Cowboys have now set their sights on Miller, with Werder adding the team has a strong interest in bringing the Dallas-area native home. However, that depends on Miller’s asking price. After the Super Bowl 50 MVP played a key role in the Rams’ run to Super Bowl LVI – a game in which Miller fired Joe Terrier twice – the 33-year-old future player came close to the top of this year’s free agency tally. Although it is believed that the Cowboys have considerable appeal for Miller, they will have to pay for its services. The Rams are interested in bring back the two Millers and Odell Beckham Jr.