Every day, inevitably, an email pings the DallasCowboys.com inbox asking if the team should bring back Terrell Owens as the No. 3 wide receiver.
Yeah, not happening.
And the Cowboys probably won't be reversing course to pursue Braylon Edwards or Plaxico Burress anytime soon, and Hines Ward is retired.
Per Jason Garrett, Jerry and Stephen Jones, there is a commitment to the young guys on the roster to fill the job behind Miles Austin and Dez Bryant.
However, it's worth wondering if there's another veteran receiver who would make sense here. Given the logjam of younger, more athletic wideouts in Green Bay, there appears to be a chance that 37-year-old Donald Driver may be let go before the regular season.
There is one very notable connection between Driver and the Cowboys, as wide receivers coach Jimmy Robinson came to Dallas after winning a Super Bowl ring with the Packers in 2010. He had been in Green Bay since 2006, the third of Driver's six consecutive 1,000-yard seasons.
Taking more of a backseat role the last two years, though, Driver had just 37 catches for 445 yards and six touchdowns in 2011, and 51 grabs for 565 yards and four scores in 2010.
Still, Driver's production as a role player last year is far more than any of the Cowboys' third receiver candidates have combined for in their careers. Kevin Ogletree is the only one among that group who has even one catch to his name.
Driver, who has been a contestant on Dancing With the Stars this offseason, is scheduling to make $4.8 million in 2012.
If he's let go by the Packers, would he be a good fit for the Cowboys?