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The Cowboys continue to shuffle the deck of their 2021 roster, dropping one wide receiver while picking up another with five weeks to go before training camp.
The team signed Reggie Davis late on Friday, as first reported by ESPN’s Todd Archer. It will be his second tour of duty in Dallas. The club made room for Davis by waiving Stephen Guidry.
In Davis, the Cowboys pick up a 25-year-old who has bounced around with several teams since going undrafted out of Georgia in 2017. The 5-foot-11-inch, 185 pounder has done two stints with the Falcons, plus very short stays with both Cleveland and Philadelphia. He was signed to the Cowboys’ practice squad in November 2018, where he stayed for the remainder of the season. He was back in 2019 but then released before the start of the season. He spent the past two training camps in Chicago and was on the Bears’ practice squad last year.
Guidry had signed with the Cowboys as an undrafted free agent out of Mississippi State in 2020, but decided to opt out of the season. He missed portions of this year’s OTAs and minicamp with an injury.
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