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Amari Cooper is gone and Michael Gallup is expected to miss time. There is a lot of production to make up at the wide receiver position and the Cowboys could find it elsewhere.
As we sit here in late June, the Dallas Cowboys wide receiver room looks very different heading into the 2022 season than the year prior. As a refresher, Amari Cooper is gone to Cleveland, Cedrick Wilson is in Miami, and Malik Turner left for San Francisco. That’s three of the six wide receivers that saw significant action last season playing somewhere else in 2022.
However, the Cowboys WR group is not without talent as they re-signed Michael Gallup, gave CeeDee Lamb a promotion to WR1, and drafted talented Jalen Tolbert from Southern Alabama to help out the unit. James Washington was brought in from Pittsburgh to compete, Noah Brown is back in his presumed customary role as a blocking WR with some catch ability, while second-year player Simi Fehoko is back and the team expects him to take a leap in his sophomore season. The team is intrigued by T.J. Vasher with the staff excited about his potential to round out the unit.