Are you concerned that with the release of Gurley and the low production of Le’veon Bell last season the front office will end up regretting the Zeke deal? Especially after the contract conundrums we faced this year? – 大卫·琼斯/维吉尼亚州Ashburn\n\nJonny: 基于什么其他地方的事情，你不能真正翻转ZEKE的合同上你的意见。如果他能保持健康，仍然是比较危险的进攻球员在足球场上一个，和前办公室能够在其他位置找到良好的价值，那么合同将是值得的。其中的一件事情可能不会在牛仔的青睐打开，但已经了解风险，因为他签署了他的分机---或者，你可能会说，因为他们起草了他与第四顺位被选中。\n\nRob: Not really. We can debate how much to pay running backs long term and all that, but the Cowboys had to get him signed to try to compete for a championship last year and he’s still arguably the best player on the team. It’s a lot of money, but it’s not cap-crushing money - right at about market value for the top backs in the league. And he has been a more durable 玩er than Gurley.\n\nSeems like a new contract for Jeff Heath would’ve been affordable, what do you think was the main reason they let him go? – 马克·安德森/伊丽莎白城，北卡罗来纳\n\n强尼： 那么，这是关系到ZEKE问题上面......和DAK情况......和あ合同。当你付出的明星球员大钱，它必须来自某处。健康的能力得到尊重弗里斯科，所以让他走是不是他解雇的球员。麦卡锡知道他必须做的有点钱很长的路要走，这是不容易的任务，所以他会用他感觉最舒服的可以在他的系统出类拔萃的球员做到这一点。\n\n抢： Heath took an opportunity to potentially start next to Johnathan Abram in Vegas. With Ha Ha Clinton-Dix (a former Packers starter under Mike McCarthy) now on the Cowboys’ roster, I’m not sure that would’ve been the case for Heath anymore. I do think they’ll miss his leadership, and his work on special teams was underrated. That’s a big hole to fill.