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Brandon Carr explains why we’ll get a Falcons vs. Steelers Super Bowl

We asked the Cowboys cornerback to preview this weekend’s conference championship games. Dallas Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr has played nine NFL seasons, but none like the last one. His Cowboys vibrant year became smoke in the divisional playoffs thanks to the Green Bay Packers. Show More Summary

VIDEO PREMIERE: Corner Suns Conjure Neo-psyche and Baroque Pop On “Borrowed Time”

The combination of Brandon Carr and John Dufilho is a special one. Both musicians have put in time with respected bands; Carr with the folk-psychedelia outfit The Earlies and Dufilho with experimental pop group The Apples In Stereo and indie rockers The Deathray Davies. Show More Summary

Morris Claiborne wants to hear different questions in 2016

After the announcement last week that linebacker Rolando McClain would join defensive ends Randy Gregory and Demarcus Lawrence on the suspended list to start the regular season, Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr said that the rest of the defense needs to come together even stronger if they are going to succeed. Cornerback Morris Claiborne is one…

Brandon Carr on suspensions: We have to come together even stronger

The Cowboys got a double dose of bad news on the suspension front Thursday with the NFL announcing a 10-game ban for linebacker Rolando McClain as well as upholding the four-game penalty handed down to defensive end Demarcus Lawrence earlier this offseason. Lawrence’s fellow defensive end Randy Gregory will also open the year by serving…

Brandon Carr, Morris Claiborne have “unfinished business” in 2016

When the offseason began, it was unclear if cornerbacks Morris Claiborne and Brandon Carr would be back with the Cowboys in 2016. Claiborne was set for free agency after four years filled with injuries and ineffective play when healthy while Carr was carrying a $9.1 million base salary that was ripe for a “pay cut…

Brandon Carr, Cowboys Agree on New Contract: Latest Details, Comments

Dallas Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr agreed to take a pay cut on Monday entering the final year of his contract. The team announced Carr " agreed to take a significant pay cut, dropping his base from $9.1 to under $6 million for this...Show More Summary

Brandon Carr takes pay cut to stay with Cowboys

Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr has agreed to a 2016 pay cut of around $3 million. Carr became the NFL’s highest-paid cornerback in 2012 when he signed a five-year, $50 million deal with the Cowboys after four seasons with the Chiefs. After taking this pay cut, he’ll play the final year of his current contract at…

Brandon Carr still on Cowboys roster, defying expectations

Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr did a charity appearance Wednesday, which was only newsworthy in that he’s still a member of the Cowboys. While many expected Carr to be a salary cap casualty this offseason, Carr has remained on the roster, and said he hopes to stay that way. “I do, unless you guys know something I…

Jason Garrett: We feel good about what Brandon Carr is all about

The Cowboys have met with a few cornerbacks since the start of free agency, but Nolan Carroll and Patrick Robinson signed with other teams and Leon Hall remains unsigned. Dallas re-signed Morris Claiborne to go with Orlando Scandrick, who is coming off a torn ACL, and Brandon Carr. Carr was seen as a possible cut…

Report: Cowboys expected to cut Brandon Carr

Dallas Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr is scheduled to be one of the most expensive cornerbacks in the league in 2016 from a salary cap standpoint. Because of his contract, Carr was always viewed as a potential cap casualty after two fairly mediocre seasons in Dallas. According to Charles Robinson of Yahoo Sports, the Cowboys intend…

Brandon Carr: Latest News, Rumors, Speculation Surrounding Cowboys CB's Future

Cornerback Brandon Carr has been with the Dallas Cowboys since they signed him before the 2012 campaign. However, he could be on his way out this offseason. Continue for updates. Cowboys Reportedly Planning on Releasing Carr Tuesday,...Show More Summary

Brandon Carr: Latest Contract News, Rumors, Speculation on Cowboys CB's Future

Dallas Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr, who is entering the final year of a five-year, $50.1 million deal, may not be in the team's plans for the future. Continue for updates. Carr's Status "Up For Discussion" Friday, Feb. 26 Cowboys...Show More Summary

Brandon Carr Injury: Updates on Cowboys Star's Recovery From Hand Surgery

Dallas Cowboys defensive back Brandon Carr broke a bone in his hand during practice and will require surgery. Carr's expected return date is unknown at this time. Continue for updates. Carr to Have Surgery on Broken Hand Saturday, Aug. Show More Summary

Cowboys say Brandon Carr hand injury is not serious

Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr has suffered a broken bone in his hand and will need surgery, but he’s not expected to miss much time. Coach Jason Garrett said today that Carr’s injury is similar to the one DeMarco Murray suffered last year, and Murray didn’t miss any games. “He’s going to be out for a…

Jerry Jones: We won’t cut Brandon Carr, but want to reduce his cap hit

Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr counts $12.7 million against the salary cap this season, which has led to some talk that Carr could get cut. But Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says that’s not going to happen. Jones says Carr will be a Cowboy this season, although he allowed that it would be nice to find a…

All’s quiet on the Brandon Carr pay cut front, for the moment

The date June 1 isn’t as significant for NFL cuts as it used to be, but many wondered (with good reason) whether Brandon Carr would still be a Cowboy when the calendar flipped yesterday. While the Cowboys might still like to have Carr at something other than his $8 million salary and $12.17 million cap figure…

Cowboys still want Brandon Carr at a lower price

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said that he’s hopeful of working out a modified contract with cornerback Orlando Scandrick, who is looking for more money than he’s currently set to make, and Jones may be trying to reward one cornerback financially by cutting the salary of another one. All offseason there has been talk about approaching…

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