I have touched on this topic briefly in a couple previous posts, but the more I think about it, the more it starts making too much sense to me.
For whatever reason, the Cowboys are poised to outright release the productive role player, who had a 16.8 YPC average last season and has hauled in 20 TDs the past four seasons as the third, fourth, and sometimes fifth option in the Cowboys passing game.
Even as his role got smaller he still had 37 receptions for 622 yards and five TDs, and has proven to be a consistent slot receiver when given the opportunity.
By comparison to the Seahawks offense last season, his TD total would have tied (with Justin Forsett) for second on the entire team, behind...
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