Cowboys take TE Dalton Schultz with No. 137 pick

02 May, 2018, 02:04 | Author: Judy Cobb
  • Cowboys take TE Dalton Schultz with No. 137 pick

At Stanford, Schultz, a tight end, was named first-team All-Pac-12 as a senior in 2017.

With AP Photos.The Dallas Cowboys didn't do anything about the possible departure of veteran tight end Jason Witten on the second day of the National Football League draft.

"We came up with (Gallup) that really could make a difference for us", Jones said. "I think he will keep getting better". He joins a crowded tight end room in Dallas that still includes Witten, Geoff Swaim, Blake Jarwin and Rico Gathers.

In his two-year career with the Rams, Gallup recorded 176 receptions, 2,685 yards, and 21 receiving touchdowns.

Bryant was released as a cost-cutting move this month after three subpar seasons since signing a $70 million, five-year contract following his All-Pro season at receiver in 2014.

Defense (three players): LB Leighton Vander Esch (first round); DE Dorance Armstrong Jr.

Dallas had a need at receiver coming into the offseason after finishing 26th in the league in passing last season. The third-day choices were Schultz, quarterback Mike White of Western Kentucky (fifth round), receiver Cedrick Wilson of Boise State (sixth) and Alabama running back Bo Scarbrough (seventh). At the moment, the starters appear to be Jeff Heath and Xavier Woods, a sixth-round pick a year ago.

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