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Cowboys' Jerry Jones: 'No Urgency' to Add WR After James Washington's Foot Injury

Dallas Cowboys owner/general manager Jerry Jones told reporters Tuesday that "there's no urgency looking for a veteran receiver" even though wideout James Washington will reportedly miss six-to-10 weeks with a fractured right foot.

Michael Gehlken of the Dallas Morning News relayed Jones' remarks.

Michael Gehlken

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones on urgency level to acquire external help at wide receiver after James Washington foot fracture: “Not at all. Let’s get these guys the incentive, these young receivers.” Sees big opportunity ahead. “There’s no urgency looking for a veteran receiver.” <a href=""></a>

ESPN's Todd Archer reported the news on Washington, who was scheduled for surgery Tuesday in Dallas.