Since the dawn of the new collective bargaining agreement the signings of rookies in the NFL have been relatively boring affairs (shout out to Joey Bosa though).
The Cowboys have been fortunate to never really hit any sort of snafus with their rookies, and such is yet again the case this season. According to ESPN’s Todd Archer, Michael Gallup has officially signed, and the entire rookie class is now under contract.
The Cowboys signed third-round pick Michael Gallup to a four-year deal, which means their entire draft class is now under contract. Gallup caught 100 passes for 1,413 yards in 2017 at Colorado State and will compete in a re-made receiver room with... https://t.co/kBcNO0TW2v— Todd Archer (@toddarcher) May 21, 2018
Over The Cap has the Cowboys listed as having $9.2M in salary cap space at the moment. Bear in mind that Orlando Scandrick was designated as a post-June 1st release, so some alleviation will come in a few weeks. For now, the Cowboys are in relatively good shape.
Jarron Jones waived, a new Mama in town
Gallup’s signing wasn’t the only action happening for the Cowboys on Wednesday. Dallas swapped out offensive linemen with Damien Mama coming in for Jarron Jones.
Cowboys also waived offensive lineman Jarron Jones and signed guard Damien Mama. #cowboyswire— Rob Phillips (@robphillips3) May 21, 2018
Jason Garrett loves to talk about how roster adjustment is a 365-day process in the NFL, and as we get closer to training camp it seems the Cowboys are going to continue to tinker.