Imagine a world where the Cowboys trade quarterback Dak Prescott. The three-year Dallas quarterback had led the team to two NFC East Division championships and a playoff victory in the last three years since taking over for Tony Romo. However, Prescott is entering a contract year and can be a free agent at the end of the 2019 season. As crazy as it may seem to the average Cowboy fan, the idea is not all farfetched. When the Philadelphia Eagles traded Sam Bradford to the Minnesota Vikings, the Eagles received first and fourth round draft picks. Long time ago, the Cincinnati Bengals secured a first and second round pick when they traded Carson Palmer to the Oakland Raiders. Jay Cutler netted the Denver Broncos two first round draft picks and a third round draft pick from the Chicago Bears nearly 10 years ago. Prescott is a two time Pro Bowl selection and looks to be entering his prime by turning 26 this season. According to Peter King, the Arizona Cardinals are interested in shopping Josh Rosen. Prescott could likely bring a first and third round pick in return, and Rosen as well. This potential trade would benefit both sides believe it or not. The Cardinals would have their franchise quarterback of the future and would not have to burn the No. 1 overall pick on Kyler Murray, but instead bolstering another position. The Cowboys would have a second-year quarterback who still has three years left on his rookie contract, and would have tons of cap space. Prescott is not the only player due for a raise. Rushing champion Ezekiel Elliott and star wideout Amari Cooper are also entering contract years. Would the Cowboys be this aggressive? It is highly doubtful, but makes for one heckuva trade rumor. https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=http...yIISX-de_eW-bL9AB2Q9uv7rbEKLDBy8hSDGKCHhM&s=1 I know. Far fetched but entertaining thought.