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Mailbag: Who Has The Most Potential At WR?



Thoughts on who has the most potential of the long list of WRs?

Bryan: That's an interesting question. The easy answer for me is Michael Gallup. I had him in my Top 50 players in this past draft, so I believe in him. A sneaky guy to keep an eye on for me is Deonte Thompson. There is something about his route running ability alone, along with that ability to finish plays, that gives me a little hope they might have found one.

Rob: Gallup. If you watch him out in practice, it doesn't take long to notice he's got an explosive ability to separate downfield. It's just going to be a matter of finishing plays and learning how to be consistent in this offense. This season, I think it's Allen Hurns who has the best chance to be that No. 1 option for Dak.


With our lack of depth at DT and David Irving missing games, do you think there will be any interest in newly released Malik McDowell from Seattle if he gets medically cleared? I thought he was pretty good in college.

Bryan: Malik McDowell was an excellent player in college and if cleared would be worth consideration, but that's just not going to be the case. Talking to folks about his injury, he has extensive brain and eye injuries that will not allow him to play. It's really unfortunate that's the case.

Rob: I'll defer to Bryan on McDowell. But you bring up a valid point, Matt. Somebody needs to emerge at defensive tackle even with Maliek Collins coming off the PUP list at some point. Jihad Ward had a great offseason. He's one to watch.

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