2018 NFL Draft: Candidates for Cowboys to replace Dez Bryant

After eight seasons, Dez Bryant’s career with the Cowboys has come to an end. Dallas released the three-time Pro Bowl selectee on Friday.

Wide receiver was already widely viewed as one of the top needs for the team with so much uncertainty about Bryant’s future. So, with less than two weeks to go until the 2018 NFL Draft, I think it’s highly likely that Dallas will address the position at some point in the first two rounds — the club holds pick No. 19 overall in Round 1 and No. 50 overall in Round 2.

Which of this year’s prospects would fit in Dallas? Here are some of the top candidates to replace Bryant.

First-round prospects

Calvin Ridley, Alabama

Ridley’s the best wide receiver in the draft, and it’s really not a close competition. Some question whether Ridley (6-foot, 189 pounds) is big enough to be a WR1, but I think he’ll be the latest in the new breed of top-end receivers that lack a little bit of size (Antonio Brown, Emmanuel Sanders). He’s the guy on this list that stands out to me as being

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