Winning Over Aikman
Two weeks ago, the former Cowboys quarterback and current Fox analyst didn't sound too convinced about the Roy Williams trade. Aikman even said it would be one of the worst moves in NFL history if Williams doesn't pan out.
The Cowboys were already sold on veteran quarterback Jon Kitna, prompting them to make a trade with the Lions that sent Anthony Henry to Detroit to solidify the backup spot.
The Cowboys still seem to have interest in implementing the "Wildcat" formation next season, but they might not need to draft a quarterback to do it.
Wide receiver has been speculated as a major draft need because of Terrell Owens' departure, but Jerry Jones reiterated the team's belief that third-year receivers Miles Austin, Sam Hurd and Stanback provide sufficient depth at the position.
Two Biggest Needs
Getting Jones to make a solid statement about anything regarding the draft isn't easy, especially just two days before it begins.
Love for Wade
When asked about the need to draft another pass-rusher, Jerry Jones reverted back to a conversation he had with Dan Reeves, who nearly joined the staff as a consultant back in January but the two men couldn't come to an agreement on the terms of a contract.