Cowboys Still May Ask RB Barber to Take a Pay Cut in 2011


According to Dan Pompei of the National Football Post, Marion Barber isn’t much of a fit in Dallas at his current salary. So don’t be surprised to see the running back working for another team next year.

The Cowboys drafted a potential replacement in DeMarco Murray, and toyed with the idea of trading up to take Mark Ingram, but they didn’t want to give up a 2012 first rounder, however. The Cowboys believe in splitting the carries among two or three backs, and new coach Jason Garrett wants to get good use from Felix Jones.

That means whoever is in the backfield with Jones will be somewhat of a role player and should not be pulling in big bucks, and while the team has not asked Barber to take a pay cut, the possibility is not out of the question.


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2 Responses to “Cowboys Still May Ask RB Barber to Take a Pay Cut in 2011”

  1. nflman says:

    Marion barber is there best running back. They just need to stop rotating the backs and stick with one.

  2. Russ Loede says:

    That makes no sense. You need to rotate backs in the NFL to be successful and to keep the ballcarriers fresh.