Jerry Jones doesn’t want to admit it, but the Dallas Cowboys could stand to add another wide receiver before the start of the 2022 season.

Dallas lost wide receiver James Washington for the next six-to-10 weeks after the former Oklahoma State standout suffered a fractured right foot during training camp.

The Cowboys are also going to be without wide receiver Michael Gallup for at least the start of the season as he works his way back from the torn ACL he suffered last season.

In response to Washington’s injury, Jones said this week that he doesn’t feel any urgency to add another wide receiver.

As it stands, Dallas is going to enter the season with CeeDee Lamb, Jalen Tolbert, Noah Brown, Simi Fehoko, Brandon Smith, KaVontae Turpin, and Ty Fryfogle.

Lamb is a star, but the others are unproven.

While I understand why Jones doesn’t want to make a “panic move” and give up valuable assets when Gallup will be back in the mix soon, I still think it would be wise for the Cowboys to seek some wide receiver help.

And I think there’s an option that would make a lot of sense for them.

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Preston Williams is a talented player with a lot of upside who seems to be unhappy in his current situation.

Williams is far from a sure thing, but he has ideal size. And he’s flashed elite talent in Miami. It sounds like the Cowboys could get him for next to nothing. Maybe a change of scenery will be all Williams needs to reach his full potential.

Dallas should take advantage of the situation in Miami and try to swipe a talented wide receiver that the Dolphins apparently aren’t high on anymore. If they give up a seventh-round pick to get him and he fails, are they really out anything?

This seems like a no-brainer. Maybe Jerry will come to his senses and realize the Cowboys need some more wide receiver depth as they attempt to break their Super Bowl drought in 2022.

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