Cowboys Reportedly Working Out Wide Receiver On Wednesday

Before Monday’s matchup with the New York Giants, the Dallas Cowboys may add to their receiving team.

According Calvin Watkins, The Dallas Morning News, this Wednesday’s team will be working with wide receiver Ra’Shaun Henry.

Henry, a rookie undrafted from Virginia, couldn’t make it onto the Carolina Panthers 53-man roster. In September, he was released.

The Cowboys have room on their roster to add another pass catcher after Dennis Houston was released. Henry might be able to fill the void.

Henry was a major contributor to the Cavaliers’ success from 2020-2021. Henry finished the two-year stint with 41 catches, 809 yards, and seven touchdowns.

Even if Henry is not signed by the Cowboys, it’s possible that help could be on their way to improve their offense.

It seems that Michael Gallup has a track to make Week 3 of his 2022 season debut.

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