Cowboys Lack Experienced Depth at Receiver

At first glance it seems comforting for the
Dallas Cowboys.
All ten players who caught passes last season -- led by
1,000-yard receivers Terrell (TER'-el) Owens and Terry Glenn -- are
back.
But the only two wide receivers, other than Owens and Glenn, in
that group are number three receiver Patrick Crayton and Sam Hurd.
Hurd's 15 games as a rookie were mostly on special teams with
only five catches.
The other seven receivers in training camp in San Antonio have
even less experience than Hurd - and not even one catch in the
N-F-L.
At least the young receivers are getting plenty of work in
training camp - and chances to work with starting quarterback Tony
Romo.
Glenn is out at least another week after arthroscopic knee
surgery.
Coach Wade Phillips is giving Owens multiple days off to rest
his sore legs and hamstrings.