6'0'' / 172 lbs
Moreno-Cropper signed a reserve/future contract with the Cowboys on Monday.
Moreno-Cropped spent the entirety of the 2023 season on the team's practice squad and he'll now stick around for the offseason. The wide receiver will look to compete for an active roster spot with Dallas in 2024.
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The Cowboys signed Moreno-Cropper to the practice squad Wednesday, Patrik Walker of the team's official site reports.
Moreno-Cropper put together a solid offseason with Dallas, so it's not surprising to see the team keep him around as a practice squad member. The undrafted rookie out of Fresno State showcased 4.40 speed at the combine.
The Cowboys waived Moreno-Cropper on Tuesday, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Moreno-Cropper joined the Cowboys following a promising collegiate career at Fresno State. Although he missed out on a 53-man roster spot, he showed some promise during the offseason and is expected to join the Cowboys' practice squad if he clears waivers.
The Cowboys have agreed to a contract with Moreno-Cropper, the Dallas Morning News' Michael Gehlken reports.
Moreno-Cropper surprisingly went undrafted after a uniquely distinguished career at Fresno State, where he chose to play over much bigger programs like Oregon and Utah. Moreno-Cropper (5-foot-11, 172 pounds) is skinny but ran a verified 4.40 speed at the combine, and his production at Fresno State -- where he was the clear WR1 for quarterback Jake Haener, taken in the fourth round -- is not easily dismissed. Moreno-Cropper is a long shot like any undrafted rookie, but there's reason to believe he's more talented than current Dallas wideouts like Jalen Tolbert, Simi Fehoko and KaVontae Turpin.