4 WRs on the roster bubble Cowboys could trade for (including potential reunion)

After striking out on Zay Jones, the Cowboys should look to the trade market for WR depth
Skyy Moore
Skyy Moore / Ryan Kang/GettyImages
3 of 4

2. Skyy Moore, Kansas City Chiefs

After trading Tyreek Hill to the Miami Dolphins, the Kansas City Chiefs used a second-round pick in the 2022 NFL Draft to add Skyy Moore out of Western Michigan. Despite being similar in stature, the 5-foot-10, 195-pound Moore is a completely different style of wideout than Hill.

Not known for creating great separation despite his 4.41 speed, Moore offered a wide catch radius and was great at hauling in contested passes during his collegiate career, making him an ideal fit in the slot at the next level. He's also dangerous if he gets the ball in open space and there was a lot of excitement to see what he could do with Patrick Mahomes throwing him the ball.

Unfortunately, Moore has yet to find his rhythm in the NFL. He has just 43 receptions for 494 yards with one touchdown in his first two years. This past season was especially frustrating considering the lack of depth the Chiefs had at wideout. They were counting on Moore to step up and he finished with nearly identical numbers compared to his rookie campaign.

With Kansas City signing Marquise Brown and selecting Xavier Worthy in the latest draft, Moore is suddenly buried on the depth chart. Even if the Chiefs move on from Kadarius Toney — and Rashee Rice gets suspended — Moore might not make it to the 53-man roster.

Perhaps a change of scenery will help him get things figured out and the Cowboys might be willing to send a Day 3 pick to the Chiefs to see if that's the case.