On Monday, it looked like free agent cornerback Patrick Robinson to the Cowboys was a done deal. It was not.
It’s now Wednesday and the saga is ongoing.
Robinson changed agents earlier in the week, going from Kevin Conner to Ron Butler. It was Conner with whom the Cowboys thought they had an agreement on a deal last week. The team spoke to the new agent, Butler, both Monday and Tuesday, but as of Wednesday Robinson is in Indianapolis visiting the Colts.
Meanwhile, the Cowboys’ pursuit of Robinson continues.
“I think he’s one of those guys that wants to be thorough and then I think he’s going to sit down with his family and agent and make a decision,” Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones told ESPN Dallas. “And hopefully we’re still in it. We’re certainly not out of it. That’s what I’ve been told. We’d still like to have him, too. We respect the fact that he wants to see what’s out there.”