Dallas Cowboys Sign Pro Bowl Wide Receiver But It’s Not Odell Beckham Jr.
The Dallas Cowboys did in fact sign a pro bowl wide receiver to bolster their receiving corps, however, it wasn't the wideout that fans expected.
The Cowboys have been having sort of a love affair with free agent wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. over the past several weeks. Speculation has been running rampant on whether the Cowboys would sign the former Ram to help make a push deep into the NFL playoffs.
"As a veteran, he knows the ball. He's really, really smart. To have a guy like that, he'll be able to handle the transition really, really well and provide some depth. We'll see where all the roles transpire." (Kellen Moore via ESPN)
Does that mean the Cowboys won't be signing OBJ?
Not necessarily. Although the chances are not good, the Cowboys haven't ruled out signing him according to CBS Sports analyst, Josina Anderson.
So, while OBJ may still be an option later for the Cowboys, T.Y. Hilton joins a young receiving corps of CeeDee Lamb, Michael Gallup, James Washington, and Noah Brown mainly because he can play "right now".