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  • Cowboys restructure Brandin Cooks’ contract
    The Texans agreed to pay $6 million of Brandin Cooks‘ $18 million salary before the trade to the Cowboys. The Cowboys since have restructured the contract. They will turn $8 million of Cooks’ $12 million base salary into a signing bonus, Todd Archer of ESPN reports. His salary now is $4 million. Cooks will count [more]
  • Texans sign Dalton Schultz
    Free agent tight end Dalton Schultz is heading to Houston. Schultz and the Texans have agreed to a one-year contract, according to multiple reports. The deal is reportedly worth “up to $9 million,” which usually means he’s going to make less than that unless he hits a lot of unlikely to be earned incentives. The [more]
  • Brandin Cooks on fourth trade: I’ve never gotten upset because it means someone wants me
    The Cowboys set out this offseason to add a receiver who could take the top off. They found that in Brandin Cooks, making a deal with Houston that will give them another offensive weapon. The Cowboys gave up a fifth-round pick in 2023 and a sixth-round pick in 2024 for Cooks, whose contract was restructured [more]
  • Adam Thielen: Broncos, Cowboys showed interest before I agreed to join Panthers
    Receiver Adam Thielen will continue his career with the Panthers after agreeing to a three-year deal with the club. But he had some other suitors on the open market after being released by the Vikings earlier this month. “There was the Broncos, Cowboys — I had conversations with those teams and a few others,” Thielen [more]
  • Will Odell Beckham, Jr. do a one-year deal?
    As evidenced by the contract accepted by safety C.J. Gardner-Johnson, we’re firmly into the one-year deal phase of free agency. For one high-profile free agent who actually has been available to any team for more than a year now, the question becomes whether he will eventually accept a one-year deal. And, if so, what the [more]
  • Ronald Jones, Chuma Edoga, Travin Howard to visit Cowboys on Monday
    The Cowboys will have three free agents visiting their practice facility Monday. Michael Gehlken of the Dallas Morning News reports that running back Ronald Jones, linebacker Travin Howard and offensive lineman Chuma Edoga will undergo physicals and meet with key personnel at The Star. The Cowboys have not signed any free agents from other teams [more]
  • Jake McQuaide signs with Lions
    The Lions worked out long snapper Jake McQuaide on Saturday. The team agreed to terms with him on a one-year, $1.317 million deal, with a $152,500 signing bonus, according to Aaron Wilson of KPRC. McQuaide, 35, spent the past two seasons with the Cowboys. He tore a triceps that required surgery and ended his 2022 [more]
  • Report: Brandin Cooks trade likely takes Cowboys out of Odell Beckham market
    The Cowboys traded for Brandin Cooks on Sunday and that may signal the end of their extended interest in adding another veteran wide receiver to their roster. Ed Werder of ESPN reports that the Cooks acquisition likely takes the Cowboys out of the mix for signing Odell Beckham Jr. this offseason. The Texans are picking [more]
  • Report: Texans will pay $6 million to make Brandin Cooks trade happen
    Receiver Brandon Cooks was due to make $18 million this year, fully guaranteed. He still is. And the Texans will be paying a third of the amount, even though he won’t be playing for them. PFT has confirmed that the Texans have agreed to pay $6 million of the Cooks salary in order to make [more]
  • Texans trade Brandin Cooks to Cowboys
    Brandin Cooks is on the move again. The 2014 first-round receiver has been traded for the fourth time in his career. Via Ian Rapoport of NFL Media, Cooks has been shipped to the Cowboys for a 2023 fifth-round pick and a 2024 sixth-round pick. Cooks wanted to be traded before the 2022 deadline, but his [more]

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