October 6th, 2020 at 2:43 pm CST by Sam Robinson
Brandon Carr‘s second act with the Cowboys will end early in the season. The group released the 13th-year veteran defensive back Tuesday.
The Cowboys brought Carr back right before the season, stashing him on their practice squad prior to promoting him ahead of Week 1. Carr, however, did not see much playing time. Dressing for three games, the iron-man protector played simply 21 defensive snaps– despite Dallas being shorthanded in its secondary.The Ravens did not pick up Carr’s 2020 alternative, sending him to complimentary agency. The past three 2020 games marked the first time the previous 2008 draftee did not start an NFL video game, ending a 192-game start streak. Said streak included 80 video games with the Cowboys, who signed Carr to a five-year deal in 2012 and enjoyed him play out the agreement prior to signing with the Ravens in 2017. In addition, the Cowboys waived deal with Alex Light, signed take on
Greg Senat off the Browns’ practice team and included take on William Sugary food to their taxi squad.Photo courtesy of U.S.A. Today Sports Images.newest earliest