the Dallas Cowboys added a receiver to their practice team. They brought in an ex-wideout from Miami and Cleveland Antonio Callaway . Callaway, a fourth-round draft selection from Florida, began his career in Cleveland. However, he has not played in an NFL game since 2020 with the Dolphins.
Dallas brought Callaway in to train for the team and decided to add him to the practice squad. Callaway was at the Indianapolis Colts rookie minicamp before the season but has not been on the Kansas City Chiefs team roster since 2021. Callaway was cut by the Chiefs on August 2021 and has been a free agent since then.
Callaway experienced a significant setback in his playing career while with the Browns. He was suspended for 10 games for violating the league’s substance abuse policy. Callaway has recieved 53 passes for 695 yards in 25 games, 14 starts in the NFL and five touchdowns.
The Cowboys have released Mika Tafua (defensive end), to make room for Callaway. On Tuesday, Dallas also signed Brock Hoffman as center and moved Alec Lindstrom, a rookie center, to injured reserve.