30 Apr 2010
After the Cowboys selected Dez Bryant in the first round of the draft, wide receivers Patrick Crayton and Sam Hurd have asked the team to trade them, and Crayton has announced that he's skipping all voluntary offseason workouts.
I can see Crayton's point, because he's theoretically being bumped from the third receiver to the fourth (assuming Roy Williams sticks around) when he could contend for a starting job on a team like the Raiders or Rams, but ... Sam Hurd? He of the 31 career catches in four seasons? Shouldn't he be thankful for any job he can get? Is this the worst player ever to request a trade?
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