Report: Cowboys Fullback Jamize Olawale Opts Out Of 2020 Season

By 105.3 The Fan

DALLAS (105.3 The Fan) - The Dallas Cowboys lost yet another veteran on Sunday when fullback Jamize Olawale opted out of the 2020 season.

ESPN's Todd Archer was first to report Olawale's decision. 

Veteran fullback Jamize Olawale became the third Cowboy to opt out of the season, joining cornerback Maurice Canady and wide receiver Stephen Guidry. Olawale has been the Cowboys’ starting fullback the last two seasons and the team picked up his 2020...

— Todd Archer (@toddarcher) August 2, 2020

Following in the footsteps of Wide receiver Stephen Guidry and cornerback Maurice Canady, Olawale is now the third Cowboys player to opt-out of the upcoming season due to concerns from the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Olawale was technically the Cowboys starting fullback but saw far more action on the special teams side of things, where he was consistently one of the team's top contributors.

In two seasons, Olawale had just two catches for 13 yards and zero carries from his fullback spot but played in all 16 games in both years.

Olawale also tallied four total tackles from his special teams designations last season and has a total of 16 tackles during his time in Dallas.