IRVING, Texas -- With all of their seventh-round draft picks signed, the Dallas Cowboys have signed their fifth-round pick, wide receiver Devin Street, to a four-year deal.
The Cowboys moved up in the fifth round to select Street with the 146th pick. His 202 career catches are a Pittsburgh record. He had 2,901 career yards, third-best in school history, and 16 touchdowns.
The Cowboys had him in the third round on their draft board and liked his size (6-foot-2, 198 pounds) and ability to attack the ball. He had his best year as a junior, when he caught 73 passes for 975 yards. He was limited to 10 games as a senior, catching 51 passes for 854 yards and seven touchdowns.
The Cowboys view him as a complement to Dez Bryant and Terrance Williams. Street has the ability to play outside if either of the starters gets hurt.
The Cowboys have yet to reach deals with their first-, second- and fourth-round picks (Zack Martin, DeMarcus Lawrence and Anthony Hitchens).
Seventh-rounders Ben Gardner, Will Smith, Ahmad Dixon, Ken Bishop and Terrance Mitchell have already signed.