It appears it's only a matter of time before Jack Crawford joins another team.
After meeting with the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday, the Cowboys' defensive end is set to meet with one of the Cowboys' most hated rivals, the New York Giants.
Crawford spent his last two seasons with the Dallas Cowboys after spending his first two seasons with the Oakland Raiders.
The 27-year old recorded a career best with the Cowboys last season,`but has only made one start in 41 games as a pro. The 6'5/ 288 pounder collected 41 tackles and 4.0 sacks last season.
Crawford originally came to Dallas on a two-year, $1.23 million dollar deal, and was expected to ask for a substantial raise in 2016.
While the Cowboys are looking quite thin at defensive end, Crawford is one player the Cowboys can possibly afford to get rid of.
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