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July 28, 2010

Sherman said Cowboys receiver corps could be the best of his career

Receivers coach Ray Sherman said the Cowboys have potentially the best receiver corps he's ever worked with.

And that's saying something since Sherman has coached Jerry Rice in San Francisco, Randy Moss, Chris Carter and Jake Reed in Minnesota and Javon Walker and Donald Driver in Green Bay.

The Cowboys are not there yet but a group that includes Miles Austin, Roy Williams, Dez  Bryant and Patrick Crayton could be better than them all.

Since breaking in the NFL in 1988, Sherman has been with the Oilers, Falcons, 49ers, Jets, Vikings, Steelers, Packers and Titans before the Cowboys.

 "Time will tell," Sherman said. "I can't say that right now. We have to wait and see. I think we've got a little more talent than we had in Minnesota, little more than I had in Green Bay and even in San Francisco. Overall, talent-wise as a group. Now we had some individuals that were very talent but overall talent is probably the best."


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