The Dallas Cowboys have added a second free agent on the day, bringing in an offensive player in addition to punter Bryan Anger. The club lost blocking tight end Blake Bell during the offseason as he returned to the Kansas City Chiefs after a one-year hiatus. Although the top of the depth chart is relatively secured with Blake Jarwin and Dalton Schultz, the club certainly was in a position to add to the group.
Sprinkle caught 26 passes in 2019, a number that plummeted to one catch during a 16-game 2020 season when the team brought in Logan Thomas to do the heavy lifting.
Sprinkle is more of a blocking tight end with career totals of 301 receiving yards and three touchdowns. He should be seen more as depth than as any statement on the club’s interest in drafting the position later this month in the amateur draft.
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