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In addition to Allen Hurns, the Cowboys will meet with free agent wide receiver Deonte Thompson, according to sources. Thompson had 38 catches for 555 yards and two touchdowns with the Chicago Bears and Buffalo Bills in 2017. He had his most success with Buffalo, catching 27 passes for 430 yards in 11 games (seven starts). The Cowboys will have met with four receivers in free agency in Hurns, Thompson, Dontrelle Inman and Justin Hunter.

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Updating the Cowboys' draft picks after the trade for Jamize Olawale: No. 19 (first round), No. 50 (second round), No. 81 (third round), No. 116 (fourth round), No. 137 (fourth round), No. 171 (fifth round), No. 192 (sixth round), No. 193 (sixth round), No. 208 (sixth round), No. 236 (seventh round).

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The Cowboys have agreed to acquire fullback Jamize Olawale from the Oakland Raiders, swapping late-round picks, according to a source. The Cowboys lost fullback Keith Smith to the Raiders last week in free agency. Olawale has 55 carries for 206 yards and three touchdowns along with 39 catches for 425 yards and three touchdowns.

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Vincent confirms likely changes to catch rule

The NFL's competition committee is expected to propose the elimination of the "going to the ground" and "slight movement" catch rules that have caused controversy, NFL executive vice president Troy Vincent confirmed.

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Need a new team to root for? We got you

So your bracket is busted, your original champion is already out of the tournament and you need someone new to follow. We've done the research for you already. All you have to do now is pick the team that best fits your style.

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Who should win the Norris Trophy?

The race for the Norris Trophy, given to the best defenseman in the NHL, is crowded this season. At least 10 worthy blueliners are battling it out for top billing. But these three D-men stand out above the rest.

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Cornerback Orlando Scandrick will sign a two-year with the Washington Redskins worth a max of $10 million, according to a source. He gets to the see the Cowboys twice a year. The Cowboys cut him Saturday and he visited with the Redskins the last two days.