Stephen Jones on bringing in secondary help: "Not at this time"

By 105.3 The Fan

DALLAS (105.3 The Fan) - 105.3 The Fan's Mike Fisher says the Cowboys have a historically bad defense through three games. However, Cowboys COO Stephen Jones says the struggling secondary won't be getting any help from outside the organization this week.

"Not at this point, no," Jones said on the K&C Masterpiece when asked if they would be bringing in any safeties or defensive backs. "We've got some guys who are coming our way in terms of guys coming off the three-week IR, and really feel like with what we have in our camp right now ... had a couple guys we brought on the practice squad that made some headway last week that aren't quite ready. But overall, we got the guys here on campus that can get the job done for us."

Shan and RJ said this morning that it's time for the Cowboys to call Earl Thomas, but it doesn't appear that the Cowboys have reached that point just yet.

The Cowboys defense has allowed the eighth most yards per game (404.7) and the third most points per game in the NFL this season (32.3).