The Dallas Cowboys are showing signs of a healthy team in training camp and the first two games, but there is a clear void at a tight end position. Witten is no longer with the squad and Blake Jarwin and Geoff Swain could serve in some easier matches if there are any in the NFL. But once the game is on the line, I highly doubt that these two players could be the tipping scale. They are averaging only eight yards per reception whereas rookie Dalton Schultz is at 5.8 yards.
The best solution is Rico Gathers with 13.7 yards, but perhaps Dallas needs to look outside for players. Also, let’s not forget that Bryant is gone as well and there will be more pressure at the tight end.