Patrick Crayton Traded To San Diego ChargersBy Reema, Gaea News Network
Saturday, September 4, 2010
DALLAS (GaeaTimes.com)- On Friday, Patrick Crayton, the receiver of the Dallas Cowboys was released from the team and traded to the San Diego Chargers. The trade came after Dallas Cowboys received Dez Bryant during the first round NFL draft pick this April. Patrick Crayton who had a contract with the Dallas Cowboys extending till next year, wanted to be traded to another team reportedly, He missed much of the voluntary off-season workouts sessions of the Dallas Cowboys team making his intentions to leave the team clear. However, Patrick Crayton is not the only player who got traded on Friday; the Dallas Cowboys offensive lineman Pat McQuistan was traded to Miami Hurricanes. The Dallas Cowboys have traded the player for some future consideration.
There is no doubt about the fact that the trade will provide Patrick Crayton with greater opportunity to explore his potential as a receiver. While in Dallas Cowboys, Patrick Crayton had to compete for his position with a bevy of talented players like the Dez Bryant, Miles Austin and Roy Williams. In San Diego Chargers the player will get to fill in a vacancy that has been created in by the unsigned Pro Bowler Vincent Jackson. Undoubtedly therefore Patrick Crayton will be seen playing a major role in his new team.
The Dallas Cowboys at present has a great depth in the receiver area with players like Dez Bryant, Miles Austin and Roy Williams, and reports claim that it is the induction of Dez Bryant in the team that had led Patrick Crayton to ask for a release. Although reports claim that he wanted a release this summer, he was provided with it only on Friday.
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