Dallas Cowboys new look offense primed to give defenses trouble

Dallas Cowboys new look offense primed to give defenses trouble

Dallas Cowboys new look offense primed to give defenses trouble

Fox Sports' Jay Glazer is reporting Cobb has agreed to a deal with the Dallas Cowboys.

The one-year deal, worth $5 million, comes after the team let longtime slot weapon Cole Beasley walk in free agency to join the Bills Mafia in Buffalo.

Cobb was drafted by the Packers in the second round of the 2011 NFL Draft.

Having seen Cole Beasley head to the land of lake-effect snow last week, when the veteran wide receiver signed with the Buffalo Bills in free agency, the Dallas Cowboys made a decision to raid the frozen tundra of Green Bay. The official schedule should be out in the next month.

Cobb, who turns 29 this summer played in just nine games for Green Bay last season, finishing with 38 catches for 383 yards and two touchdowns. He racked up 5,524 receiving yards and 41 touchdowns over that span, including a Pro Bowl selection in 2014.

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The Cowboys have added a wide receiver. Cobb could fill his role with the Cowboys.

Cobb is 28 and well removed from his best seasons.

After finishing up the four-year, $40 million contract he signed in the 2015 offseason, Cobb enters the upcoming season in Dallas on the heels of an injury-plagued 2018 campaign.

Without an abundance of salary cap space to work with, the Cowboys have been relatively quiet in free agency, but the team was reported Tuesday to have hosted a couple of the bigger names available: pass-rusher Robert Quinn and safety Eric Berry. This past season was the lowest-graded of his career (60.2) and it was also the fewest snaps he's played in a season since 2013 (466).

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