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May 13, 2008

Could Koren Robinson be an option?

Koren_2 Cowboys coach Wade Phillips believes his team is just fine at wide receiver. But owner/general Jerry Jones wants a talent boost at the postion. It appears, though, the chances of any new additions coming to town won't happen this year. But what about Koren Robinson? He is available and could come cheap.

Oakland and Kansas City are expected to have interest in the recently released Green Bay Packer. Robinson had 21 catches for 241 yards and one touchdown in nine games last season. He is also a former Pro Bowl kick returner, but first-round draft pick Felix Jones is expected to take the lead role in that department. Robinson is trying to revive his career after serving a suspension and jail time for alcohol problems.

- RH

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It all depends on what Koren wants. He can come to Dallas and play for a contender and maybe get some PT as the number 3 receiver. If he goes to KC, he would instantly be the number 1 or number 2 receiver, as they very little in proven talent at WR. Oakland has 10 WRs on their roster, so that would be a mess to jump into. But money will probably trump all reasoning. This is the NFL after all.

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