Posted: 7/23/2020 2:31 pm UTC
Dallas Cowboys first-round pick WR CeeDee Lamb agreed to a four-year, $14.01 million deal Thursday, July 23. The deal includes a fifth-year option.
Huddle Up: Lamb figures to see a healthy portion of looks in the offense, and he's at least worth a look at the flex spot. He could be worth a low-end WR3 pick.
Posted: 5/16/2020 3:45 am UTC
Dallas Cowboys WR CeeDee Lamb should have 'plenty of opportunities' in 2020 because of the departures of Houston Texans WR Randall Cobb and Las Vegas Raiders TE Jason Witten, according to Dan Parr of NFL.com. Cobb and Witten accounted for 166 targets in 2019, according to Pro Football Reference.
Huddle Up: Having Cobb and Witten out of the picture helps, but Lamb will still be competing for targets with Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup. His production could be volatile from one week to the next, but Lamb could become a flex option in Year 1, and he's a lock to be selected in the first round of rookie drafts.
Posted: 5/10/2020 8:46 pm UTC
Dallas Cowboys WR CeeDee Lamb finished second in the Big 12 in yards per punt return in 2018 (12.8) and third in 2019 (7.5). In the opinion of the Dallas Morning News' John Owning, Lamb's return ability should be a huge boon over the 4.9 yards Tavon Austin averaged as the team's primary returner last season.
Posted: 5/10/2020 2:04 am UTC
Dallas Cowboys WR CeeDee Lamb gained 605 yards on 25 catches from the slot at Oklahoma last season.
Huddle Up: With Amari Cooper and Michael Gallup also in the fold, Lamb could struggle to find consistent targets in 2020. However, his ability to line up in multiple spots and produce big plays should allow him to make the most of the balls that do come his way. Lamb is more valuable in dynasty formats, but he has upside as a flex option in standard leagues.
Posted: 4/28/2020 4:28 am UTC
Dallas Cowboys rookie WR CeeDee Lamb brings home-run hitting potential to the Cowboys' offense, according to NBC 5 Sports Director Newy Scruggs.
Huddle Up: The offense in Dallas is looking special, which might be necessary to offset their potential defensive challenges. Lamb should immediately be within the team's top-three receiver sets, but will there be enough volume for everyone? His value is much higher in dynasty formats; in single-year leagues, consider him a flex play.