3. Simi Fehoko
A fifth-round pick in 2021, the Cowboys have been patient in giving Simi Fehoko time to develop. He’s only appeared in 10 games and has 3 receptions, but he’s shown enough promise to stick around.
The shoulder injury that landed Fehoko on I.R. last year seems to be behind him, but he just hasn't done enough to warrant a roster spot this preseason.
He had a decent enough preseason debut (4 receptions, 47 yards on 4 targets), but really didn't stand out in any game.
It's not like he was an A-level prospect coming out of Stanford, and without any in-game production or an impressive preseason to point to, we're running out of reasons to justify being patient with the soon-to-be-26-year-old.
Dallas has plenty of depth at wide receiver at this point, and the only way to really justify keeping Fehoko around is if we can do it on the practice squad.