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Baltimore Ravens Hosting Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver Michael Gallup For Visit

Cowboys Release Veteran WR Michael Gallup, per Report


Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup with visit the Ravens on Thursday according to NFL Insider Aaron Wilson. Baltimore could be looking for a veteran to replace Odell Beckham Jr. on the depth chart.

Dallas released Gallup last week. He had 266 catches for 3,744 yards and 21 touchdowns in six seasons with the Cowboys. He had his best season in 2019 when he had 66 catches for 1,107 yards and six touchdowns.

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After missing the 2022 season while recovering from a torn ACL suffered in his Super Bowl victory with the Los Angeles Rams, Beckham returned in 2023 with 35 receptions for 565 yards and three touchdowns.


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As ESPN’s Bill Barnwell noted, Beckham largely failed to deliver on the one-year, $15-million contract he signed with the Ravens.

“After serving as an every-down player in the opener, he injured his ankle and missed two games,” Barnwell wrote. “When he came back, the Ravens installed him in a part-time role the rest of the way, with him failing to top 60% of the offensive snaps in a single game from Week 2 onward. He was mostly anonymous short a pair of big games against the Rams and Bengals.”

Barnwell suggested that Beckham could also be a good fit for the New Orleans Saints, allowing the former LSU star to return to Louisiana and fill the void left when the team released receiver Michael Thomas. There had initially been a number of teams connected to Beckham while he was rehabbing his torn ACL in 2022, though it is not clear how many would still be in the mix this year.


The Dolphins have already made one move to boost their depth at receiver, bringing back Braxton Berrios on a new contract. SI.com’s Alain Poupart reported that the former University of Miami receiver signed a one-year deal worth up to $3 million.

Berrios joined the Dolphins last offseason and made 27 receptions for 238 yards and one touchdown in 2023, making him the third most productive receiver on the roster. The former All-Pro special teams player also made an impact in the return game, Poupart noted.

“Berrios also was very solid on kick returns, averaging 10.2 yards on punt returns and 24.5 yards on kickoff returns, though he wasn’t able to break a long one — his longest punt return was 19 yards and his longest kickoff return was 33 yards,” Poupart wrote.

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