The Dallas Cowboys have made a very good job acquiring players through the NFL Draft, and not only by actually drafting players. They just got Los Angeles Rams' former WR Tavon Austin for a sixth round pick.
Building a “Dak-friendly” offense has been the mission this offseason and adding a speedy Austin for just the 192nd pick in the Draft certainly seems like a move Cowboys Nation should be excited and happy about.
Dallas gave up 192nd overall pick in sixth round to land former Rams WR Tavon Austin.
The Cowboys didn't give up much and still have ammunition to pick some more players in the 2018 NFL Draft.
What does all of this mean for the WR room in Dallas? Certainly, there are a few players who will be fighting for a roster spot in training camp. Even with Dez Bryant gone, that position is loaded for the Cowboys and they won't be able to keep them all.
The #Cowboys traded for a RB, not a WR. That’s how they view Tavon Austin. Kind of like they had with Lance Dunbar.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 28, 2018