In a recent interview with TMZ Sports, retired NFL wide receiver Antonio Brea was asked about a possible return to the gridiron.

His reaction?

“Tell Jerry Jones to call me!”

Thursday, TMZ Sports followed up with Jones. The longtime Dallas Cowboys initiative quickly dispelled that notion, and it has given some of the younger stuff Wouts the power to seek out.

“We’re good,” Jones said of AB’s interest. “But, we need these young people.

Even if it’s not in the form of Annie Brown, the Cowboys definitely have a need at the receiver position.

With the loss of WR1 Amari Cooper this offseason, the Cowboys will also be without Michael Gallup and James Washington to start their 2022 campaign. Lead wideout CD Lamb is also currently dealing with a minor foot injury.

“Young” Jones includes developing third-round picks rookie Jalen Tolbert, undrafted wideout Dennis Houston and USFL MVP Kavonte Turpin.

Brown logged 545 yards and four touchdowns through seven games with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, leading to a viral exit from the 2011 NFL Game.

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