Tight end Martellus Bennett is expected to find a new home, and receiver Laurent Robinson could be following.
Bennett's days as a Cowboys are all but over. He began a free-agent tour with the Giants on Tuesday. He also has drawn interest from the Bears, Raiders and Bucs.
Bennett said in a radio interview recently that he considers himself a "60-catch" tight end and wants to go somewhere where he can be the starter. With the Cowboys, he is relegated to the second tight end behind Jason Witten. Bennett has 85 catches for 846 yards and four touchdowns since the Cowboys made him a second-round pick in 2008 out of A&M. He has not caught a touchdown pass since his rookie season.
He was the team's best blocking tight end and the Cowboys will have to find a replacement.
Robinson visited the Jacksonville Jaguars and also is being courted by the Arizona Cardinals. Robinson caught 54 passes for 858 yards and 11 touchdowns in 14 games for the Cowboys last season. Owner Jerry Jones recently praised Andre Holmes and said Holmes, though unproven, is ready to ascend to the No. 3 receiver role.
-- Charean Williams