According to ESPN Cowboys beat writer Todd Archer, the Dallas Cowboys have agreed to a trade with the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Dallas Cowboys have agreed to trade undrafted rookie cornerback Charvarius Ward to the Kansas City Chiefs, sources told @AdamSchefter and me. It is expected to be finalized Friday.— Todd Archer (@toddarcher) August 30, 2018
A quick read on Ward from ProFootballTalk:
Ward appeared in the first three preseason games for the Cowboys, playing 58 snaps. He made seven tackles and two pass breakups.
Ward played at Middle Tennessee State, making 74 tackles, two interceptions and 13 pass breakups in two seasons.
According to our sister blog Blogging The Boys, Ward had shown flashes during training camp and preseason, and many believed he would make the final 53 man roster for the Cowboys.
And check out this report from DraftWire that calls Ward the “most underrated cornerback in the 2018 draft.”
Matt Derrick of Chiefs Digest reported the Chiefs traded offensive lineman Parker Ehinger in exchange for Ward.
CB Charvarius Ward learned of trade sending him to KC during warmups for Dallas' game against Texans, a source tells Chiefs Digest. He looked to make the Cowboys' 53, but he's fired up about the trade. Cowboys were shopping him for an offensive lineman, according to source.— Matt Derrick (@mattderrick) August 31, 2018