With Dwayne Harris gone, the Cowboys are facing the question of who will return kicks and punts next season, and part of the answer could involve All-Pro receiver Dez Bryant.
Seen primarily as a special teamer in Dallas, Dwayne Harris is hoping to break out as a receiver as a member of the New York Giants.
Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett recently acknowledged that it'll be very difficult to replace the versatile Dwayne Harris, who left for the Giants in free agency last month.
Longtime Cowboys return specialist Dwayne Harris has signed a five-year deal with the New York Giants.
Dwayne Harris thinks the Cowboys special teams, which have struggled some this preseason, will be just fine.
With Dan Bailey doing their kicking, the Cowboys shouldn't worry about proposed extra points from 40 yards out.
Cowboys receiver/return man Dwayne Harris reportedly underwent shoulder surgery toward the end of last week.
Receiver/return man Dwayne Harris will reportedly return for Sunday's matchup with the Eagles after missing the previous two games with a hamstring injury.
CB Morris Claiborne has been ruled out of Monday night's match-up with the Bears with a hamstring injury.
Dwayne Harris has been named the NFC's Special Teams Player of the Week for the second time this season.