Cowboys in the market for wide receiver

No. 3 wide receiver Laurent Robinson is visiting Jacksonville today and has interest from San Diego and Arizona. Miami also has a desire for Robinson, though no official visits have been planned for the Cowboys' best receiver in 2011.

Robinson hasn't ruled out returning to the Cowboys, but with the contracts being distributed to several other free-agent wide receivers, it appears he won't come back.

If Robinson signs elsewhere, the Cowboys have mild interest in veteran wideouts Early Doucet, Jerheme Urban and Devin Thomas. However, nothing has been finalized in terms of scheduling visits with these wideouts or someone one else on the market.

The Cowboys like their current young corps of receivers: Dwayne Harris, Andre Holmes and the return of an injured Raymond Radway (remember him?).

There are some other veteran wide receivers such as Roscoe Parrish, Derek Hagan, Eddie Royal, Michael Spurlock, Steve Smith and Anthony Gonzalez who could be a solid backup to Dez Bryant and Miles Austin.

If you're wondering about Patrick Crayton, he's on the market too but the Cowboys are not planning on bringing him back. Roy Williams? Forget about that, too.

Don't even ask about Terrell Owens or Hines Ward.

Cowboys are looking for a veteran but are not stressed about it.