IRVING, Texas -- With Round 3 of the NFL draft over, the Dallas Cowboys could only wonder what might have been if they had kept their second-round pick.
Instead, that pick went to the St. Louis Rams as part of a trade that brought cornerback Morris Clairborne.
The Cowboys did field some calls about getting back into the second round, but the price was too much.
"We bantered about some calls," Cowboys owner/general manager Jerry Jones said. "We wanted to resist temptations loading up because it would have been too heavy to move back in there."
Saturday, the Cowboys have five draft picks, starting with two in the fourth round.