Former Dallas Cowboys manager Gil Brandt reported in an article on social media on Friday describing in detail how the Front Office is assembling traps to catch scouts that direct information to the press a scout the draft board, and they showed how they took linebacker Mike Junkin, who came from Duke at the time.
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"… Sometimes we set traps for scouts we do not trust. In 1987, we showed our board to a scout taking Mike Junkin, an LB we did not like, "he wrote. "Two days later, Cowboys beat writer Jim Dent wrote a story stating that we took Junkin."
He added, "Hook, line, stinker".
The Cowboys eventually picked the defensive duel with No. 12 Danny Noonan Junkin was selected by the Cleveland Browns with the number 5 and was out of the league after the 1989 season.
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Brandt's story came in response to a report from the NFL Network, Oakland Raiders head coach Jon Gruden and general manager Mike Mayock sent their scouts home before drafting , The Raiders should get the fourth place.