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Skip Bayless tells Jared Allen to sign for Dallas Cowboys

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Former Minnesota VIkings defensive end, Jared Allen is due to make a decision over which team he will play for next season this weekend. However ESPN analyst, Skip Bayless thinks he knows who the veteran should sign for.

Bayless, who has publicly criticized the Dallas Cowboys in recent times took to twitter today and nailed his colors to the mast.

"Hey @JaredAllen69: Sign with Dallas. Cowboys stage made for you. There, you'll get credit for turnaround. Be a star not Seattle sub." Tweeted Bayless earlier on Friday.

Allen was thought to have signed for the Seattle Seahawks earlier this week but that information proved to be incorrect and the veteran will instead make his decision this weekend.

The Cowboys and Seahawks are expected to be the favorites to sign Allen, but the Denver Broncos could also be an option for the 31 year-old.

Clearly Bayless believes that Allen's chances of being a star in the NFL are better with the Cowboys, who lost DeMarcus Ware earlier this offseason.

The Seahawks won the Super Bowl last season on the back of an impressive defensive performance. Allen may not be guaranteed to start with the Seahawks but may take a risk on Seattle in order to challenge for a Super Bowl championship of his own before retirement.

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