The biggest concern at Cowboys camp: Kicker or wide receiver?


DALLAS (105.3 The Fan) - As the roster currently stands, the Cowboys will head into their season opener vs. Tom Brady and the Bucs without two of their top receivers in Michael Gallup and James Washington.

That was the biggest concern revolving around the team until the kicking situation went from bad to worse at Tuesday's practice.

According to Jeff Cavanaugh and Todd Archer, kicker Jonathan Garibay Lirim Hajrullahu went a combined 10-of-21 on field goal attempts in the session.

After practice, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said there is "no urgency" to bring in some outside help at receiver, and downplayed the missed kicks due to the windy conditions.

Shan & RJ discuss the team's two biggest needs and why they believe Jones isn't telling the full truth. Listen to the audio from Wednesday's show in the podcast below.