FRISCO, Texas — Wide receiver Antonio Callaway was released Monday by the Dallas Cowboys after being arrested for driving with a suspended license in Miami last weekend.
Callaway signed with the Cowboys’ practice team last November, but didn’t dress for regular-season games. He was in contention for one of the last wide-receiver spots, but had not practiced during his last two team activities that were open to the media.
Callaway, a 2018 fourth-round pick by the Cleveland Browns, hasn’t caught a pass in a regular-season game since 2020.
Instead of Callaway, the Cowboys signed wide receiver Tyrone Johnson. He was one of seven players the club developed on Monday. He has played for four teams and has 23 catches for 422 yards and three touchdowns. All but three catches and 24 yards were recorded by the Los Angeles Chargers in 2020.
The Cowboys also have wide receiver En Keel Harry, a former first-round pick of the New England Patriots, wide receiver Lynn Boden, quarterback Jacob Eason, quarterback Bryce Perkins, and cornerback. Developed Jordan Miller and Takarius Keyes.