When the last pick of the 2019 NFL Draft was made only two Cowboys had been selected, but that doesn’t mean the rest of OSU’s departures’ pro dreams are over. A handful of former Pokes reached deals with teams as undrafted free agents with the hopes of making the roster this fall.
Here’s a quick look at where each player landed.
Tyron Johnson — Houston Texans
Oklahoma State’second-leading receiver from last year went unclaimed during regulation, but was quickly picked up by the Houston Texans to vie for a role behind superstar wideout DeAndre Hopkins.
H TOWN❗️❗️❗️❗️❗️ #Texans
— TBILL (@_TBJXIII) April 27, 2019
Taylor Cornelius — Green Bay Packers
QB1 appears to be headed to Green Bay to learn under Aaron Rodgers and first-year head coach Matt LaFleur.
— Kelli Masters Mgmt (@KMMsports) April 28, 2019
Jarrell Owens — Cleveland Browns
Owens signed a free agent contract with the Browns following a productive senior season for the Cowboys. He was second only to Jordan Brailford in sacks (six) and tackles for loss (11).
— Jarrell Owens (@JOwens903) April 27, 2019
If Owens can stick in The ‘Land, he’ll undoubtedly be featured next to Baker Mayfield in next year’s Super Bowl parade.
Justin Phillips — Dallas Cowboys
The Cowboys’ leading tackler will try to make another Cowboys’ roster this summer. The all-conference honorable mention will try to find a home with the NFL’s No. 6 defense in 2018.
Larry Williams — Green Bay Packers
Larry Williams is apparently headed to Green Bay to joining his former QB, Taylor Cornelius.
Congrats to my client Oklahoma State Offensive Lineman Larry Williams on signing free agent contract w/ Green Bay Packers!! Go Pack Go!!!
— John Biggins (@JohnBiggins17) April 28, 2019
Williams will try to follow in the footsteps of another former OSU guard who went undrafted. Lane Taylor signed with the team after the close of the 2013 Draft and has worked his way into a starter the last three seasons.
Britton Abbott — New York Giants
The departing Cowboys Back is headed to New York to vie for a spot with the Giants after reaching terms to rookie deal.
— Cowboy Football (@CowboyFB) April 28, 2019
Abbott mostly served in the fullback role of the hybrid position, but he did catch all five of his targets over the last two season for 75 yards.
This post will be updated as deals are announced.