NFL Rumors: Chargers "Showing Interest" In Talented Free Agent Tight End

The Dallas Cowboys are facing a double blow as they have lost receiver Noah Brown, and their primary tight end, Dalton Schultz, seems to be on the verge of leaving the team.

Schultz is reportedly in talks with the Los Angeles Chargers, where he would reunite with his former coordinator, Kellen Moore.

Moore's offensive design was instrumental in Schultz's impressive numbers, including 2,000 receiving yards and 17 touchdowns.

Schultz played last season on the franchise tag, and Tony Pollard received this year's tag, leading to speculation that he would leave the Cowboys.  

Despite national reports suggesting otherwise, the Cowboys did not make Schultz an offer, according to Mike Fisher's report on Monday. NFL Network's Jane Slater also confirmed on Tuesday that Schultz had not received any offer from the Cowboys and is expected to join another team next season.

If Schultz joins the Chargers, it could be a high-upside addition for them, given his familiarity with Moore's offensive design and the rising star quarterback Justin Herbert.

In the 2022 season, Schultz had 57 receptions for 577 yards and 5 touchdowns, but missed two games due to a knee injury.

On the other hand, losing another key player like Schultz is undoubtedly a setback for the Dallas Cowboys, who will need to regroup and find ways to fill the void left by his departure.

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