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Is Julio Jones a Fit for the Cowboys?

In the , the arguably had the best core in the NFL. It featured first-round pick and budding star , one of the league's most underrated players in and a top fifteen wideout in .

Going into the 2022 , it was known that Dallas would have issues with the . They had already taken care of Cooper when they signed him to a massive five-year, 100 million dollar contract. With Michael Gallup expected to become a , it was expected they would allow him to leave. Instead, he was re-signed to a five-year, 62.5 million dollar . With the cap issues still persisting, somebody had to go.

Unfortunately, it would end up being Cooper. Traded to Cleveland for just a fifth-round pick in the , it was purely a salary cap move for Dallas. However, because of this and the eventual of , the Cowboys have over 24 million in cap space. They have already made one addition to the room with former Steelers wideout . Could another high-profile receiver make his way to Dallas?

Julio Jones is now a free agent

After one season with the , has been released. The Titans, who sent a second and fourth-round pick for wideout last season, struggled to get much production out of the future hall of famer. In fact, he posted career lows across the board with just 31 receptions for 434 yards and one touchdown. At 33 years old, Julio has certainly slowed down from his time in Atlanta.

Regardless, he is still Julio Jones. Blessed with an absurd physical skillset, he will always be a handful for . After the recent down year, he could also come at an affordable price. The Cowboys will also offer him the ability to take a step back. The recent addition of Washington would take some pressure off Jones as well as he will not need to be the field stretcher he was in his prime. With so many talented receiving options on the roster, they will not need him to be a dominant piece. Simply, he will just have to be available.

If he is willing to take a one-year deal for cheap, he could fit right in with the Cowboys' . A seven-time Pro Bowler, he could be another game-changing piece for the Dallas offense. In the increasingly weak , they could also offer him a chance to compete for the championship that has alluded him his entire career.

Jason Willis
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Just a guy who loves sports. Writing for The Raider Ramble, Inside The Star, Just Blog Baby, and NFL Draft Lounge. Host of the Can O Corn Baseball Podcast. "My satisfaction is knowing that my desires will not be killed."

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Juan

Only he would be coming to us on the low. Dude stay injured too much. I would pass but wouldn’t hate it if they did.

lonewolfz28

Can he still get wide open quickly on a curl route? If so, he’s a fit for the Cowboys. 😉

Billy

Please sign Julio Jones great fit for Cowboys They need a proven Vet in line up

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