Frisco, Texas – The Cowboys are down to one kicker again.
Once again, Brett Maher has a great chance to be the team’s top scorer once again. The Cowboys are expected to release Lirim Hajrullahu on Tuesday among the five moves on the roster to get 80 players.
Maher, who was the Cowboys’ kick-back in 2019, has four of the five longest field goals in team history, including 63 yards.
But his contrast with mid-range kicks led to him wearing it with different teams, including last year’s Saints.
Hajar Allah joined the Cowboys last season and participated in one match against the Falcons to replace the injured Greg Zorlein. Hajarullah later joined the Panthers last season before re-signing with the Cowboys in the off-season.
The Cowboys also cut back corner Quandre Mosely and wide receiver Jaquarri Roberson.
Both players were undeveloped junior agents but didn’t get much time playing the games.
Not all of the list’s moves on Tuesday were actual cuts. The Cowboys put tight end Jeremy Rush on the IR and concede on/injured linebacker Christian Sam.
Sprinkle is a veteran who battled through an Achilles tendon injury that left him in a walking shoe during his final week in California when the Cowboys sparred against the Charger.
While the NFL’s mandate is 80 players on the roster by 3 p.m. Tuesday, the Cowboys will play their final pre-season game with a score of 81, as offensive tackle Isaac Alarcon has an exemption from the roster. He will also be exempt if he continues to the coaching staff after next Tuesday’s cuts.
The Cowboys will need 53 players by next Tuesday at 3 p.m.