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ESPN suggests Dallas Cowboys lock up tight end Dalton Schultz long-term as one last offseason move

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Schultz enters the 2022 season on the franchise tag.

The last few months have been filled with all sorts of activity concerning the Dallas Cowboys football team, plus a lot of inactivity as well. And one of the more interesting things was a wrinkle that popped up between OTAs. You will recall that tight end Dalton Schultz decided to skip voluntary activities (after previously showing up to them) due to dissatisfaction with where things were concerning his contract (after signing the franchise tag that the team placed on him this offseason).

Reports noted that talks between Schultz’s camp and the Cowboys “picked up”, but with a little bit over a month until training camp begins he still sits on the franchise tag (a value just south of $11M for this season).

ESPN suggests Dallas Cowboys lock up tight end Dalton Schultz long-term as one last offseason move

Recently the worldwide leader discussed one last offseason move that every NFL team should make and for the Dallas Cowboys decided to focus on Dalton Schultz.

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