According to the Dallas News, Dallas Cowboys wide receiver and soon to be free agent to be Terrance Williams most likely will bring in a price tag of $6-8 million per season, a number the team may find to rich for thier tastes.
The Dallas News writes:
‘With the expiration of his rookie contract, Williams, a Dallas native and third-round pick out of Baylor in 2013, will be looking for a significant pay day. The Cowboys will be unlikely to pony up for a No. 2 receiver who doesn’t consistently wow. Dallas will also have to consider what it wants to do with receiver Brice Butler, another free agent who could be more affordable and offers a similar skill set on the outside. The Cowboys might look for receiving help in the draft.’