The Dallas Cowboys agreed to a one-year deal with former Green Bay Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb on Tuesday. On Thursday, the terms of his contract became available to the public via ESPN's Todd Archer. 

Signing bonus: $2 million. Base salary: $2 million. 46-man roster bonuses: $1 million. Cap number: $4.562 million. 55 receptions, plus playoffs: $250,000. 75 receptions, plus playoffs: $500,000. Max value: $5.5 million.​​


Cobb spent eight seasons suiting up for the pack at the wideout position. He adds to a very strong wide receiver deep chart that the Cowboys have for next season, including Amari Cooper, Allen Hurns, Michael Gallup and Tavon Austin. Cobb will also fill the slot receiver hole left by Cole Beasley, who just signed with the Bills

The 28-year-old has 470 career catches for 5,524 yards and 41 touchdowns. Last season, Cobb battled a hamstring injury that held him to only participating in nine games. 


Cobb is the third unrestricted free agent that America's Team has picked up since NFL free agency began last week.