FRISCO, — as the next wave of free agency begins, the Dallas Cowboys fulfilled a demand by agreeing to a one-year contract with veteran wide receiver Randall Cobb, the team announced Tuesday.

The price will be worth $5 million, a source told ’s Adam Schefter.

Cobb visited the Cowboys at The Star on Monday, taking a bodily and assembly with coaches and staff.

Quinn and Berry concluded their visits with no deals pending. Quinn is advised to visit together with the saints , while Berry is taking a look at other options too.

The Cowboys and Miami Dolphins experienced discussions regarding a trade for Quinn, according to multiple sources.

Cobb joins Allen Hurns along with Tavon Austin as slot players Dallas’ roster. Hurns is finding its way back by a gruesome foot injury suffered in a wild card triumph in January contrary to the Seattle Seahawks; Austin agreed to a one-piece bargain a week.

Cobb, who’d spent his first eight seasons with all the greenbaypackers , has played roles in finishing two of the Cowboys’ past three playoff seasons (2014,’16). The Cowboys hope they can help expand their postseason success by simply helping Dak Prescott.

Prescott had a 93.9 Full QBR in 2018 when targeting slot receivers, the 3rd-best markers in the supporting Russell Wilson along with Patrick Mahomes.

The new Cowboy happened to Twitter on Tuesday to share his ideas on the offer.

Cobb, who turns 29 in August, was limited to just nine games in 2018 because of hamstring injuries and also a late-season concussion. He caught only 38 passes for 383 yards and 2 touchdowns — all highs because his 91-catch, 1,287-yard, 12-touchdown season of 2014.

It was after that season if he signed up a four-year, $40 million contract.

Despite Cobb’s limited-production, ” Aaron Rodgers stated the receiver’s importance into this Packers offense late in the season when he said:”When Randall’s healthy, I think our offense has been different because we’ve got a legitimate slot guy who can make plays in the slot frequently.”

Cobb, a second-round selection (64th overall) in 2011, is one of just five players in Packers history with at least 60 grabs in four consecutive seasons (2014 to 2017). He ranks sixth in franchise history together with 470 grabs and 11th in both receiving yards (5,524) and touchdown catches (41).

’s Rob Demovsky led to this record.

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