Cowboys Will Presumably Move On From Dez Bryant After Trading For Allen Hurns

Cowboys Will Presumably Move On From Dez Bryant After Trading For Allen Hurns

Whether it was Stephen Jones, Jason Garrett or, to some degree, Jerry Jones, the Cowboys have been telling you for weeks they were hardly afraid to contemplate life without Dez Bryant.

Well, they proved it Friday afternoon when they agreed to terms with free agent receiver Allen Hurns on a two-year deal worth as much as $12 million.

A day earlier, the Cowboys signed receiver Deonte Thompson to a one-year deal worth $2.5 million.

The Cowboys now have seven receivers under contract: Dez Bryant ($12.5 million), Terance Williams ($3.5), Cole Beasley ($3.25 million), Ryan Switzer ($555,000), Noah Brown ($555,000), Thompson and Hurns.

Somebody’s gotta go; and it seems like that someone will be Dez Bryant.

#Cowboys emerged as the favorites and for good reason. Allen Hurns will help them a lot. Next step for DAL is presumably cutting Dez Bryant, to save $8.5M in salary.

— Jordan Schultz (@Schultz_Report) March 23, 2018

I would keep both. They signed Hurns to replace Dez.

— Marcus Mosher (@Marcus_Mosher) March 23, 2018

 Viewers reacted:

John Thorpe Nice original joke. Mencia would be proud

Taequan Pryor Cool go to the eagles

Chris Wood Are we really trying to replace dez with hurns? Wtf? Dumbest shit I ever seen. Let’s get rid of a more talented reciever and hope the less talented reciever will do better. Lmao what a retarded thing to do. Thought it was a good move if it was to add to reviving core but making it out like he’s to replace dez it a dumbass move. Doesn’t even clear up much money.

Travis Wright No way. Hurns isn't close to Dez's talent level. Their games are totally different. Would be a bad mistake.

Nick Fennych They won’t kick Dez to the curve yet this year coming is a make or break year for Dez in a cowboys uniform.

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