The Dallas Cowboys couldn’t get through the first half without one of their key players exiting with an injury.
Cornerback Anthony Brown exited with a hamstring injury in the first quarter. He started the game and lasted two series, notably getting beat on a 35-yard pass from Cardinals quarterback Blaine Gabbert to Brittan Golden. Brown whiffed when he tried to make a play on the ball.
Brown is the second cornerback to go down with a hamstring injury early on in camp. Rookie Jourdan Lewis has also been sidelined with a hamstring injury.
Brown, a 2016 sixth-round pick, started nine games as a rookie. He finished with 56 tackles, eight deflections and an interception.