The Dallas Cowboys are interested in signing Michael Floyd for the 2017 season.
Floyd who remains on the free agent market is believed to have visited the Cowbys and had initial discussions on whether or not Dallas is a good fit for him going forward.
The 27-year old wideout was drafted by the Arizona Cardinals with their first pick (13th overall) in the 2012 NFL Draft. Floyd was released by Cardinals in December 2016 following a DUI arrest.
Floyd was arrested and charged with two counts of driving under the influence after he was found passed out behind the wheel.
He was found guilty of extreme DUI, and was sentenced to 24 days in prison and 96 days of house arrest. After his release, he was ordered to pay a fine worth $5115.99 as part of his plea and undergo 30 hours of community service
He was then quickly snapped up off the waivers by the New England Patriots, but only managed to start in 2 games for the Patriots.
Now on the market again Floyd believes his best football is still in front of him and the Dallas Cowboys believe this too and are believed to have already tabled a offer to the former Notre Dame receiver which is believed to be a 2-year deal.
The Cowboys are looking for a genuine wide receiver to help out Dez Bryant and provide more attacking options for rookie Dak Prescott and believe Floyd is that option.
In his 5 seasons in the league Floyd has made 246 receptions, going for 3,781 yards and has scored 24 touchdown.