How the Cowboys feel about the group heading into training camp, however, will largely depend on whether they were able to re-sign Laurent Robinson.
Robinson emerged as the Cowboys’ third receiver last season and provided quarterback Tony Romo with a reliable target in the red zone. Robinson led the Cowboys with 11 touchdown catches and finished with 54 receptions for 858 yards.
He’s now an unrestricted free agent. Robinson played last season under a “minimum salary benefit” contract in which he was paid $685,000 but counted about $220,000 less against the salary cap
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