DALLAS — The Cowboys have found a replacement for Cole Beasley.

The club on Tuesday agreed to a one-year deal with former Green Bay Packers receiver Randall Cobb, a front-office source told WFAA’s Mike Leslie.

Cobb, a new Cowboy, tweeted the following as news broke of his signing Tuesday afternoon:

Cobb will join Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup as Dak Prescott’s top targets at the receiver position. (Dallas also signed a veteran tight end this offseason – you might have heard of him.)

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Cobb spent eight seasons in Green Bay, catching 75 touchdowns. He earned a Pro Bowl nod in 2014, when he caught 91 passes and 12 touchdowns, both career highs.

He battled injury in 2018 and only played in nine games, scoring twice.