Cowboys Catch-Up: Draft Talk and Jersey Numbers

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Even in the offseason, every week is filled with news and storylines, from front office moves and player updates to forecasting next season.

Each week, Cowboys Catch-Up will be your spot to look back on the week that was for Cowboys Nation, reviewing some of the top stories and videos of the week. Head into the weekend by catching up on everything you need to know to stay up to date on your favorite team, courtesy of the DallasCowboys.com staff.

Monday

Tuesday

  • Tight end Kyle Pitts will be a tempting selection for the Cowboys' No. 10 overall pick, but do they really need another tight end? Kyle Youmans and Bill Jones talk about the tight end's on the roster. [Watch The Blitz discuss whether there's space in the tight end room for Pitts]
  • Is wide receiver the strongest position on the Cowboys' roster? "Cooper, Gallup and Lamb should represent one of the five best receiving trios in the NFL without much debate," writes Jonny Auping." It was almost a year ago when Cooper proclaimed that the three could all record 1,000-yards receiving in the same season with the Cowboys. [Read Auping's Roster Reset at wide receiver]

Wednesday

  • The Cowboys have spent free agency addressing needs, but there are still holes to fill. Rob Phillips, Hek'ma Harrison, and Isaiah Stanback discuss what is needed most going into the draft. [Watch Talkin' Cowboys discuss the draft and the backup QB plan]
  • For years Chris Jones was the guy punting on fourth down for the Cowboys. That will change in 2021. "The club agreed to terms on a one-year deal with veteran punter Bryan Anger on Wednesday morning," David Helman writes. "The move once again gives them two punters on the roster after the release of Chris Jones last month." [Read Helman on the signing of Anger and what it means]
  • There's been a lot of talking about the Cowboys drafting a tight end, but this week the team quietly signed Jeremy Sprinkle. "The four-year veteran has spent his entire career with Washington, serving mostly as a blocking tight end," Nick Eatman writes. [Eatman on the signing of Sprinkle and the role he might serve]

Thursday

Friday

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