Cowboys Cut 24-Year-Old RB, Promising WR

After releasing numerous young, promising players, including two playmakers, the Dallas Cowboys faced tough roster selections. 

 The Cowboys waived running back Malik Davis and wide receiver Simi Fehoko.

Davis played 12 games last season, gaining 224 yards and a touchdown, but Rico Dowdle replaced him as backup running back.


Fehoko was a Cowboys wideout who never reached his potential. Fehoko was drafted in the fifth round of the 2021 NFL draft

however he only had 3 receptions for 24 yards in two seasons with Dallas.

 Cowboys' top three receivers, but training camp battles for roster berths ensued. Dallas kept three more receivers to make six, including Jalen Tolbert, KaVontae Turpin, and rookie Jalen Brooks.

The Cowboys want to re-sign Malik Davis to their practice squad. At running back, hybrid fullback Hunter Luepke made it difficult for Davis to reach the final roster. The Cowboys released Fehoko, Jalen Cropper

for More Stories