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Owens Signing Instantly Legitimizes WR Spot

Terrell Owens: If he can "fit in," the Cowboys might just have the most explosive offensive weapon in a decade.
Terry Glenn: Had one of the best seasons of his career last year and will only get more opportunities with T.O. on board.
Patrick Crayton: Never was the same after the ankle injury. But if he can return to the form of last season, that makes three playmaking receivers.
Terrance Copper: If it just came down to special teams, he would be cinch to make the team. But he did stand out at WR during the mini-camps.
Skyler Green: The Cowboys know he can help as a return specialist. They're hoping he can do some things at receiver, too.
Jamaica Rector: Other than T.O., might have had the best mini-camp among all the receivers. Needs to keep it up to stick around.
J.R. Tolver: Also had a good camp. But he's been around for two years. So time is definitely running out.
Ahmad Merritt: Would've made the team last year had it not been for an injury. His play on special teams could keep him around this year.
Miles Austin: Flashed some potential during the camps this summer. He has some work to do, but it's possible.
Sam Hurd: Ditto here. While the practice squad might be a logical destination, a strong training camp could change some things.

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