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JUDGE: Cowboys might let Jammer stay in Texas
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NEW YORKCornerback Quentin Jammer isn't interested in leaving Texas, but his next move isn't up to him. It's up to the NFL Draft, which isn't exactly big on accommodating sentiment. So Jammer moves to the city that drafts him Saturday, and that's the end of that. "I just want to be drafted in the top five," he said at Friday's pre-draft luncheon. No problem there. If he's not taken at the third position, the league should demand a recount. Jammer may be the best player in the draft, and with Carolina taking defensive end Julius Peppers at the No. 2 spot, Jammer should go next. But this just in: He can go there and still not have to leave Texas. That would require some maneuvering, but maneuvering is what Detroit which has the third choice and Dallas which has the sixth are talking about. The Cowboys are interested in a cornerback, and Jammer is at the top of their list. Detroit is interested in a cornerback, too, but the Lions are willing to deal. Put the two together, and you have a legitimate trade talk.