Wilson caught five of six targets for 46 yards during Sunday's 24-22 loss to the Jets.
Wilson was a benefactor of Amari Cooper (quadriceps) exiting the Week 6 contest during the Cowboys' first drive and Randall Cobb (back) being sidelined. His five catches were the first of the season. Depending on the health of Dallas' receiving corps Week 7 versus the Eagles, Wilson could be in line for another notable role on offense.
Wilson failed to catch his only target and returned one punt for 13 yards in Sunday's win over the Dolphins.
With Michael Gallup (knee) and Tavon Austin (concussion) both sidelined for Week 3, Wilson was added to the active roster but didn't see much action on offense, playing only 14 of 72 snaps (19 percent). His primary role will be on special teams, and he's likely to get bumped back to the practice squad once Austin is cleared to return.
Wilson will be added to the gameday roster from the practice squad for Sunday's game against Washington, the Cowboys' official website reports.
With Tavon Austin (concussion) sidelined, Wilson will slot in as the team's fifth wide receiver and primarily work on special teams.
Wilson was waived by the Cowboys on Saturday, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Wilson spent his rookie season on IR in 2018 after tearing his labrum but he looked promising in his first full training camp with the Cowboys. The team reportedly will add Wilson to the practice squad if he goes unclaimed in the waiver process.
Wilson caught three of four targets for 37 yards and returned three punts for 45 yards, including a 32-yard return that set up a one-yard touchdown run for Alfred Morris in the second quarter, during Saturday's preseason win over the Texans.
A sixth-round pick in 2018 out of Boise State, Wilson spent all of last season on IR after shoulder surgery and then suffered a concussion in the Cowboys' first preseason game this year, but he made his presence felt in his return to the lineup Saturday. Wilson's ability to provide a threat in the return game could end up giving him an edge in the competition to secure a depth WR role on the initial 53-man roster.
Wilson is in concussion protocol after taking a big hit Saturday against the 49ers, Nick Eatman of DallasCowboys.com reports.
Wilson put together a solid first half, hauling in three passes for 36 yards, but he went to the locker room after taking a hit over the middle. He won't be allowed to take the field again until passing through concussion protocol.
Wilson (shoulder) has been participating in OTAs, David Helman of the Cowboys' official site reports.
Wilson didn't see a lick of playing time as a sixth-round rookie in 2018 thanks to a shoulder injury he suffered in training camp. Now apparently healthy again, the Boise State product is back in the mix and ready to compete for a depth role in the Cowboys' receiving corps.
Wilson (shoulder) has returned to Dallas to undergo surgery that will keep him sidelined for the remainder of the season, David Moore of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Wilson, the Cowboys' sixth-round draft pick, suffered a subluxation of his shoulder during the beginning of training camp. He was subsequently placed on injured reserve and will be forced to wait until 2019 to kick off his NFL career.
The Cowboys placed Wilson (shoulder) on injured reserve Tuesday, Rob Phillips of the Cowboys' official site reports.
Wilson suffered a subluxation of his shoulder during Saturday's practice and will require surgery to address the injury. The recovery timetable for such a procedure isn't clear, but because he was placed on IR before Week 1, he isn't eligible to return at any point during his rookie campaign.
Wilson (shoulder) is believed to have torn his labrum and will undergo more tests to determine the next course of action, Ian Rapaport of NFL Network reports.
Wilson was initially expected to miss several days of practice, but it now appears he will out much longer. Look for Marchie Murdock and Lance Lenoir, among others, to receive additional reps while Wilson is out.
Wilson (shoulder) is still undergoing tests and is expected to miss several days of practice, David Helman of the Cowboys' official site reports.
Wilson suffered the injury during practice Saturday, and while there's yet to be an official diagnosis, it looks like the team is going to be cautious with the sixth-round pick. Expect an update on Wilson to come later in the week after testing is complete.
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