WASHINGTON — The Dallas Cowboys have traded cornerback Jalen Woodhouse and a sixth-round pick to the Washington Redskins for a sixth round pick and two third-round picks, according to league sources.
The Cowboys are also giving up a sixth and seventh-round draft pick.
Woodhouse, who signed with the Cowboys last season, was one of the best cornerbacks in the league last season.
The 6-foot-4, 203-pound Woodhouse had nine interceptions, seven pass breakups, six forced fumbles and eight fumble recoveries.
Woodhouses career average of 14.4 yards per coverage snap ranks ninth all-time among cornerbacks.
Woods was one a Cowboys first-round selection in 2013.
He was also the Cowboys third-rounder in 2016.
The Redskins traded for the sixth-rounder and two first- and second-round selections last year.
The team was expected to take a quarterback in the first round.