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Report: Cowboys to Release WR Devin Smith

The is right around the corner and moves are in full swing for the . There’s quite a bit of talent at wide receiver on the roster. , , and just may form the league’s best receiving trio this season. Also, and have made great strides in .

There’s one receiver, however, who seemingly didn’t make enough plays to stick around. According to Michael Gehlken of the , the are releasing Devin Smith.

Smith is a former second-round pick of the in 2015. Unfortunately, though, Smith’s time with the Jets never got a chance to blossom thanks to multiple ACL tears. He only caught 10 passes for 135 yards and a touchdown in three seasons with the Jets before being waived in July of 2018.

The Cowboys would sign him in January of 2019 and he played well enough in the to earn a backup role. In Week 2 against the Washington Football Team last season, he caught three passes for 73 yards including a 51-yard touchdown. However, he would only play in two more games for the entire season catching just two passes for 39 yards.

Smith will likely see quite a bit of interest on the open market as the season approaches.

What do you think?


Written by Matthew Lenix

I write dope stuff about the Dallas Cowboys and what not.

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  1. I think Smith being cut comes down to no ST ability. I think we go with 6. You know Coop, Gallup and Lamb are 100% guaranteed. Ill say Wilson, Brown and Bryant are your other 3 to round them out. I can see us cutting Johnson but then PS him if he clears waivers.

  2. These early cuts show the class McCarthy brings to Dallas. He could have waited, hedging against injury before final cuts were due. Letting Smith, Thorson and Redmond go no will give each of them a leg up on other cuts in latching on with a new team. This philosophy will serve McCarthy and Dallas well in signing guys in the future….

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