BREAKING NEWS: Dallas Cowboys Sign Perfect TE But Release Another One
This may be the end of Connor Hamlett‘s career in the NFL.
In the Dallas Cowboys’ 13-10 misfortune to the Los Angeles Rams, the team was forced to truck Hamlett off the field with an evident foot injury. As it now turns out, the finding was much more terrible than the Cowboys would have trusted – as it’s presently been uncovered he endured a season-finishing cracked tibia.
In light of this news, concurring to ESPN Insider Todd Archer, the team has selected to waive Hamlett and sign a substitution tight end: M.J. McFarland.
It’s exceptionally improbable McFarland fills in as much else besides a camp body right now, with Jason Witten, Rico Gather and the previously mentioned Hanna and Swaim all sitting in front of him on the profundity graph. The Cowboys are moving the last two once again into the overlap slowly, being mindful to not cause a misfortune in their rehabilitations.
As Archer notes, this isn’t McFarland’s first hit the dance floor with the Cowboys. He was signed before this offseason and discharged, before now being brought preparing camp.
The 25-year-old was initially signed as an undrafted free agent in 2016 by the Philadelphia Eagles, and hails from Texas-El Paso by method for the University of Texas.