either it was Cowboys in Dallas The procedure for adding a receiver may depend broadly on which member of the Jones family you talk to about a potential listing transfer. After Cowboys owner, Jerry Jones, indicated that the team had “There is no urgency” To sign a receiver, son Stephen Jones confessed The team had been “looking forward to a promotion” in the position even before James Washington broke his foot.
Dallas Team 97.1’s Jeff Kavanaugh shared a few potential broad-based trade targets on August 4, 2022 Training camp update. One of the most intriguing deals will be with the Eagles to pick former Galen Rigor in the first round. Kavanaugh suggests that the Cowboys may be able to land Rigor just for a late pick in the future.
“Galen Regor is in Philadelphia,” Kavanaugh explained. “They’ve taken over AJ Brown, they have DeVonta Smith. Quays Watkins is their third starter. They don’t like Galen Regor, and it wasn’t good for them, especially considering he was a first-round pick. If you can take him one last round, maybe. Might. I’d be interested.”
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Rigor was the 21st pick for the 2020 NFL Draft
There were plenty of mentioned veteran receiver options for cowboys to consider, including Odell Beckham Jr. , TY Hilton and Emmanuel Sanders. Rigor’s deal could be more interesting for Dallas than signing a veteran since the best days of the NFL may still be ahead.
The Eagles picked Rigor with the 21st overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. During his 28 appearances in his first two seasons, Rigor achieved 64 reception area of 695 yards And three downs.
Theoretically, the cowboy offense would be more serious for Rigor until he had a chance to thrive. The sprint at scale will get him off to a fresh start without the high expectations he has in Philadelphia that accompanies him being a former first-round pick.
Heading into the draft, Regor has been described as an “instant juice” receiver.
It also doesn’t hurt that Rigor is a Texas native with a prominent career at UCLA. go to draft, Sports Athlete Dean Bruegler The playmaker was the No. 7 ranked receiver for him with a second-round score.
“A passionate competitor, Rigor is a high-performance athlete with evasive traits and dynamic speed to be a threat to running on his grounds before and after the hunt,” Bruegler wrote in the 2020 draft guide. “Concentration drops have been a constant problem on his tape, but he doesn’t wait for the football to find his hands, his hands go to find the football.
“Overall, Rigor has to improve the detail of his tracks and the consistency of his catch radius, but he shows off the instant juice and explosive athletic performance of an NFL-level breakout, emerging as a high-ceilinged starter with impact potential as a return.”
As it stands now, CeeDee Lamb has a lock on the team’s highest receiving point, but it’s unclear who will line up next to the star when the Cowboys face the Buccaneers in week one. Michael Gallup has not revealed a return schedule as he continues to regain full strength after sustaining an ACL injury that required off-season surgery. The Cowboys have already widely admitted that he won’t be ready to start the season.
That means rookie Jalen Tolbert could be the team’s second wide when the Cowboys start the season. Not only has Rigor been able to help the Cowboys this season, but he will be a bullish game in the future as well.
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