Dallas Cowboys: TE Dalton Schultz reports back to camp

FRISCO (Texas) — The last week of voluntary team activities has been canceled. Dallas Cowboys tight end Dalton Schultz Sources confirm that this week's mandatory minicamp was attended by a number of people.

Schultz could have been fined more than $95,000 for missing the minicamp.

Schultz informed Cowboys he wouldn't attend the OTAs to help jump-start negotiations on a long term deal. Schultz was assigned a $10.9 million franchise tag by the Cowboys at the beginning of the offseason. Talks have been improving but no deal has been reached. Schultz will play the entire season under the tag if they are unable reach an agreement by July 15.

Schultz caught 141 passes in the last two seasons. He also caught 78 passes for 808 yards and eight touchdowns. Jason Witten was the only tight-end in franchise history to record at least 75 receptions, 800 yards, or eight touchdowns per season.

The Cowboys used the franchise tag three times on Cowboys players since 2017.DeMarcus Lawrence, Dak Prescott, Schultz). Prescott (2020) and Lawrence (2018) played the first season under the franchise tag, but they were able reach long-term deals after the team applied the tag again.

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