​Looks like the ​Cowboys found their Cole Beasley replacement. And he's got 5,524 yards to his name.


Former ​Green Bay Packers wide receiver ​Randall Cobb has agreed to a deal to join Dak Prescott and Dallas, where he'll slide into the slot role left vacant by Beasley. 

​​Cobb had been one of Aaron Rodgers' most valued targets over his career, piling up over 5,000 yards and 41 touchdowns over his eight seasons in Green Bay. Cobb's career year came in 2014, when he racked up 1,287 yards and 12 touchdowns en route to his first and only Pro Bowl selection.


Despite young players like Davante Adams passing him in the pecking order, and his own struggles with injuries, Cobb gave the Packers an excellent return for a second-round pick and is still just 28. 

​​This is a home run signing for the Cowboys. Even with Cole Beasley and Amari Cooper, their receiving corps was subpar. Cobb gives them a veteran presence, and can take some of the defense's attention away from Cooper.