Your question was already answered by: The story, as presented, was as follows: If Spagnola's account is accurate, the information, which Rich Gosselin transferred to Jerry Jones, was first derived from other league teams' evaluations, thus making him the conveyor of the information--not the originator. If the information is genuine, the data's sources were other team evaluators. I would presume that other team evaluators would include professional scouts within those organizations. If the additional data provided more persuasive data than that submitted by Dallas' evaluators, I would assume again that it would be taken into consideration and certainly not dismissed without review. I will not converse about summary conclusions. The alleged submission and value of Gosselin's report to Jones was brought into question. That is my only interest. Because he is a journalist, with zero aspirations about working within professional football management, who followed the NFL draft for a long enough period of time that he presumably burned out on it and dropped it altogether..?