Cowboys Officially Bring Back WR Anthony Armstrong

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IRVING, Texas – The Cowboys officially re-signed wide receiver Anthony Armstrong on Tuesday.

Armstrong was a cap casualty two weeks ago when the Cowboys signed Justin Durant and Will Allen. Quarterback Tony Romo's extension opened up more room for the Cowboys to bring back the speedy receiver this week. 

The former Redskins and Dolphins receiver joined the Cowboys' roster late last season before getting cut in December. The Cowboys brought back Armstrong after the end of the regular season hoping his speed could bring an added dimension to the receiving corps. [embedded_ad]

Armstrong, who attended high school at Newman Smith in Carrolton, suited up for one game for the Cowboys in 2012 after joining the team in November, but he finished without a target. He has 54 receptions for 986 yards and five touchdowns in his career.

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IRVING, Texas – The Cowboys officially re-signed wide receiver Anthony Armstrong on Tuesday.

Armstrong was a cap casualty two weeks ago when the Cowboys signed Justin Durant and Will Allen. Quarterback Tony Romo's extension opened up more room for the Cowboys to bring back the speedy receiver this week. 

The former Redskins and Dolphins receiver joined the Cowboys' roster late last season before getting cut in December. The Cowboys brought back Armstrong after the end of the regular season hoping his speed could bring an added dimension to the receiving corps. [embedded_ad]

Armstrong, who attended high school at Newman Smith in Carrolton, suited up for one game for the Cowboys in 2012 after joining the team in November, but he finished without a target. He has 54 receptions for 986 yards and five touchdowns in his career.

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