3 Low-Cost Wide Receivers the Cowboys Can Sign to Replace Michael Gallup After Release

The Cowboys will look for a new WR3 after parting ways with veteran wideout Michael Gallup.

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3. DJ Chark

Spotrac projects Chark’s calculated market value as a one-year, $10.9 million contract this offseason. However, it’s hard to see him getting a huge one-year deal with Mike Williams, Hunter Renfrow, Tyler Boyd, and Michael Thomas still on the open market.

Last season, the 27-year-old receiver recorded 35 receptions (66 targets) for 525 yards and five touchdowns. The last time Chark posted five touchdowns in a season was with the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2020 (5).

Chark has good size and speed, making him the perfect addition alongside Lamb and Cooks. The 6-foot-3 wideout didn’t have a ton of big games last season in Carolina, but he has the speed to create a big play in the passing game. The former LSU standout also has the size to be a weapon inside the red zone, which works in the Cowboys’ passing game.

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