This Wednesday, the Dallas Cowboys signed three players to their practice team. The signings of Takk McKinley (defensive end), wide receiver Antonio Callaway, and Brock Hoffman (center) were announced by the team.
McKinley, who was a UCLA first-round selection, will likely create the most buzz. Callaway, however, is a fascinating player.
In 2018, the Cleveland Browns drafted Callaway. Callaway spent two seasons with Cleveland Browns before being released by the team.
Callaway was expelled from the NFL for violating its substance abuse policy while he was in Cleveland.
Callaway was briefly with the Tampa Bay Vipers, an XFL team. He then spent some time with the Miami Dolphins as well as the Kansas City Chiefs. Unfortunately, he was unable to make an impact on either team.
Cowboys have signed DE Takk McKinley, WR Antonio Callaway, C Brock Hoffman to their practice squad
— Jon Machota (@jonmachota) November 16, 2022
Callaway, 25, showed in Cleveland at times that he is a dynamic playmaker. He has 53 career receptions, 695 yards, and five touchdowns.
It is still unclear if the Cowboys can trust Callaway. Because he was late for meetings and practices, the Browns lost patience.
Callaway could make an impact on “America’s Team” if he shows maturity in Dallas.