Espn's NFC East blog had a blurb about Patrick Crayton being the odd man out in Dallas.
Between Roy Williams, Dez Bryant, Miles Austin, and Jason Witten, they have plenty of pass catchers.
Crayton has sure hands, is willing to go over the middle, and is a very good punt returner.
Also, Todd Haley coached him from 2004-2006.
Crayton is still young, only a six year vet, and would instantly come in and compete with McCluster for the slot, perhaps even for the #2 WR position.
If he gets cut, I would love to see us go for him. I'd love to see us go for him before then in a trade. I'm thinking a fourth rounder would do it, maybe even a fifth.
He's not a game-changer by any means, but I still think we need a solid vet as our possession receiver.