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ESPN published this video item, entitled “Mina Kimes reacts to Dan Orlovsky’s Dak Prescott take and a Dak-Russ trade proposal | NFL Live” – below is their description.
With the Dak Prescott-Dallas Cowboys saga back in the news, Mina Kimes, Dan Orlovsky, Marcus Spears and Adam Schefter join Laura Rutledge on NFL Live to discuss Dak’s future with Jerry Jones’ team, whether the Cowboys are in danger of being in the same situation as the Los Angeles Rams with Jared Goff and Philadelphia Eagles with Carson Wentz, and if a Dak for Russell Wilson trade is remotely feasible.
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