Cowboys’ Brice Butler Eyes Starting Role
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Brice Butler wants a bigger role with Dallas and if he doesn’t get that, he will depart in free agency to play elsewhere.
Butler made the comments during interviews with FS1’s “Undisputed” and “The Herd”.
“With Dallas, the situation has to be right for me to go back. I have to be a starter. If I’m not starting, I’m not going back,” Butler said (h/t Dallas Morning News).
To take things a step further, Butler believes he would have matched starting receiver Dez Bryant’s production if he had Bryant’s opportunities.
“100 percent,” Butler said.
“Because I’m ready. It’s my time, I’ve been there for three years. I feel like me and Dak [Prescott] have a really good relationship. We work on routes. There’s times that we might not have completed a square-out throw in practice, and we’re taking that time out in practice to actually work on it. So I think that’s why when you saw us in the game, he tried to come to me, and most of the times we produced.“
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