Kris Durham worked out for Saints and Cowboys


Veteran free agents trying to catch on with a team before the end of offseason work are running short on time, but they can be heartened by the fact that teams are still taking a look at who’s available on the open market.

Wide receiver Kris Durham was a guest on Sirius XM NFL Radio with Alex Marvez and Zig Fracassi and said that he’s had workouts with both the Saints and Cowboys recently. Durham played for the Titans last season.

The Saints recently added Josh Morgan to their receiving corps and Drew Brees has talked up the chance to see Nick Toon and Seantavius Jones get more looks behind Marques Colston and Brandin Cooks during the 2015 season. Throw in Joe Morgan and Durham would likely have a tough route to playing time in New Orleans.

Dallas has a bit less depth with Dez Bryant, Terrance Williams and Cole Beasley backed up by a group of players short on experience and Durham played for offensive coordinator Scott Linehan in Detroit. Mickey Spagnola of the Cowboys website adds that the team also worked out former 49ers first-round pick A.J. Jenkins and reports there’s a good chance the team adds a “somewhat veteran” wideout in the coming weeks.

5 responses to “Kris Durham worked out for Saints and Cowboys

  1. I have to disagree about New Orleans.. the only 2 spots guaranteed at the moment are Colston and Cooks. Every other WR spot is totally up for grabs! Add to that the fact that Colston is very close to retirement and the 3 Cowboys mainstays are all still young.. I’d have to say the Saints situation is MUCH more attractive.

  2. How the saints have taken a step back. Keep Durham that couldn’t make any team, and trade for Graham.

    Atlanta will come out swinging

  3. …Have fun with a $10,000,000.00 1-dimensional TE that can’t separate from the average NFL CB and gives defenses a heads up as to a run or pass play lol

  4. That’s more an affront to Native Americans than the Redskins name. In their culture you rake what you want but you eat what you take. None of the animal goes to waste.

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