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Dallas Insider Reveals Cowboys Offer To Jets For Jamal Adams

A Dallas Cowboys helmet sitting on the field.

ARLINGTON, TX - NOVEMBER 05: A Dallas Cowboys helmet at AT&T Stadium on November 5, 2017 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

On Tuesday afternoon, the NFL's trade deadline came and went without any significant moves being made.

However, several teams were reportedly close to deals over the course of the afternoon. According to multiple reports the Dallas Cowboys and Baltimore Ravens were both in talks on a trade with the New York Jets for safety Jamal Adams.

At the end of the day, nothing went through as the Jets' asking price was just too high.

Dallas insider David Moore revealed just how high the price was. Moore revealed the Cowboys offered a first-round pick and the option to swap picks later in the draft, but would not reach to the level of the deal Jacksonville landed for Jalen Ramsey.

The deal reportedly "went down to the final seconds," but the two sides were not able to come to an agreement.

It's a tough break for the Cowboys who were looking to add a legitimate play-maker to their defensive backs room. As for the Jets, the team reportedly had talks about several of its player, but decided to stand pat at the deadline.

Dallas faces off against the New York Giants on Monday night, while the Jets travel to Miami for a divisional game against the Dolphins.