DEAL SEAL:As dallas cowboys struggles to replace …

The Dallas Cowboys have struggled to replace Amari Cooper‘s production, and his role in quarterback Dak Prescott‘s target hierarchy since trading the wide receiver to the Cleveland Browns in 2022. That might be about to change.

As the Cowboys face significant salary cap concerns in the offseason ahead, and Brandin Cooks could be on the move, Dallas might be primed to select a wide receiver in the 2024 NFL Draft finally capable of replicating Cooper’s success in Prescott’s arsenal.Matt Miller of ESPN has the Cowboys selecting Florida State wide receiver Keon Coleman, in his latest two-round 2024 NFL Mock Draft.gressed,” Coleman writes for ESPN. “Dallas has needed a running mate for CeeDee Lamb since trading Amari Cooper. Coleman, a 6-foot-4, 215-pound receiver, had 11 touchdowns on just 50 catches in his lone season at Florida State following his transfer from Michigan State. He needs help separating at times, but facing the opposing team’s CB2 would be light work given his size, catch radius and toughness running through contact.

Selecting Coleman with the No. 24 overall pick would allow the Cowboys to move forward at receiver, without needing to absorb a massive extension for Cooks, while also getting younger at the position opposite the 24-year-old Lamb..Last season, as a junior in Tallahassee, Coleman caught 50 passes for 658 yards with 11 touchdowns, while showing he can stretch the field by averaging 13.2 yards per reception.

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