By RJ Ochoa
It’s practically a tradition for the Dallas Cowboys to have a wide receiver that fans everywhere fall in love with.
Names like Miles Austin and Cole Beasley managed to find a way to actually make the 53-man roster, but projects like Danny Coale never materialized and guys like Andy Jones never even got off the ground, so to speak.
Lance Lenoir has become the latest passenger on the carousel of Cowboys receiver projects, and a year on the practice squad last year likely only made him better. Lenoir has been one of the stories of camp so far, and he even scored a sick touchdown in the first preseason game.
Lenoir did indeed spend the 2017 season on the practice squad before getting the call up for the meaningless regular season finale in Philadelphia. Ever since then all we’ve seen of him (granted via his own social media) has been evidence of him grinding, and he’s been doing it nonstop.
Plenty of Cowboys veterans have given ringing endorsements for Lenoir, and I’m not talking about any veterans. Cole Beasley all but announced Lance as his own personal pet cat back in May and Jaylon Smith threw props his way on Instagram after the preseason touchdown. These are serious members of the Dallas Cowboys that are doing...