Former Dallas Cowboys wide receivers are everywhere on the free agent market. Roy Williams, Patrick Crayton, and Terrell Owens are all still available as options for the Cowboys and every other NFL team.
Williams' best season with the Cowboys occurred in 2009, when he caught seven touchdowns and put up 596 total yards. Crayton caught for 697 total yards and seven touchdowns back in 2007. Neither player is worth the Cowboys time anymore. They didn't contribute near enough in their tenure with the Cowboys.
However, acquiring Terrell Owens makes more sense than the popularity of the sexy librarian. Owens played three season with the Cowboys, from 2006-2008. Owens caught passes for 3,587 yards and scored 38 touchdowns during his time in Dallas.
Owens came to be seen as a locker room distraction at the time of his departure, but a year spent wrangling around looking for teams likely humbled the unemployed receiver. In Owens, the Cowboys have a perfect solution for the hole left in ...