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Cowboys to reunite with an old friend?

Could the Cowboys bring back a former player?

Michael W.

The Dallas Cowboys haven't made many meaningful additions to their roster for the upcoming season, but according to reports, they could be considering a reunion with an old friend. 

According to LP Cruz of SB Nation, the Cowboys could consider bringing back receiver Randall Cobb in the form of a low-risk, high reward style contract that could be easily disposed of if things didn't work out. 

He writes: 

"Dallas is counting on the youth at wide receiver to assume the third receiver duties behind CeeDee Lamb and Brandin Cooks in the form of Jalen Tolbert and Jalen Brooks. Still, Cobb is an extra precaution if something falters with the Brooks and Tolbert. Again, by the preseason, the Cowboys should know where Cobb, Brooks, and Tolbert stand, so they can if they need to cut their losses with Cobb if they need to."

Cobb spent one season (2019) with the Cowboys, racking up 828 yards and three touchdowns. He also has ties to current head coach Mike McCarthy, having played under him with the Green Bay Packers. 

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Source: SI