The Facts: The Cowboys are releasing Hurns, a source tells ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Diehards Line: Schefter added the Cowboys wanted Hurns back at a lower price, but he wanted to test the market. So Hurns gets his wish. Remember, when Hurns suffered a serious ankle injury in the playoffs, there were concerns that it might be the kind of injury a wide receiver could never come back from. But it appears that Hurns has done quite well in his rehab. The 27-year-old Hurns didn't do a lot for the Cowboys last season, catching only 20 passes for 295 yards and two touchdowns despite playing in all 16 games. Once the Cowboys got Amari Cooper involved in their offense, Hurns became a non-factor. But Hurns is a well-liked and well-respected player, and will likely draw some interest as a free agent.