The NFL trade deadline ended Tuesday afternoon without any action by the Dallas Cowboys.
The Cowboys made headlines shortly after the deadline ended with a roster decision. The Cowboys released defensive tackle Trysten Hills, who was just three years old and was a second-round draft pick.
“The Dallas Cowboys released defensive lineman Trysten Hill Tuesday,” the team stated in a statement.
Hill has not seen much playing time this season for the Cowboys and was a healthy scratch against the Chicago Bears last weekend.
The @dallascowboys released DT Trysten Hill on Tuesday.
— Dallas Cowboys Public Relations (@DallasCowboysPR) November 1, 2022
Hill’s time with the Cowboys was not pleasant at all. Hill was the No. The former UCF star suffered a severe knee injury in his rookie year as the No. 59 pick in the 2019 NFL Draft.
He was unable to fully recover and make an impact on the Cowboys’ defense.
He’ll now look elsewhere for an opportunity.