Dallas Cowboys: Signing Free-Agent Wide Reciever Still a Priority

February 9, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Of all weaknesses possessed by the Dallas Cowboys, wide receiver doesn't generally jump out as a top concern. Given the money doled out to starting wide receivers Dez Bryant and Miles Austin, there doesn't seem to be much question regarding who´s expected to catch most passes thrown by quarterback Tony Romo, provided he´s still standing up to find them.
But a closer look reveals that this position, extremely overrated in today's pass-happy NFL, is not very well stocked on the depth chart.
Expect this to change.
No, a pass catcher won't rank as a priority over the Cowboys' first three to four selections in the upcoming NFL draft in April. Beyond that, Dallas might take a shot at a receiver late in the selection meeting, but how likely are they to find a prospect that's much better than the guys they already have?
I would simply say that it isn't likely at all.
Here's the deal: Beyond three-year veteran Bryant, there is virtually no one proven or r...

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