Dallas Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr shows his dejection sitting in the end zone after the Philadelphia Eagles beat the Dallas Cowboys 33-27 in overtime at AT&T Stadium on Nov. 8. Carr has a base salary of $9.1 million and counts $13.8 million against the salary cap. He could be released by the Cowboys as they go into the free-agency period.
Dallas Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr shows his dejection sitting in the end zone after the Philadelphia Eagles beat the Dallas Cowboys 33-27 in overtime at AT&T Stadium on Nov. 8. Carr has a base salary of $9.1 million and counts $13.8 million against the salary cap. He could be released by the Cowboys as they go into the free-agency period. Rodger Mallison Star-Telegram
Dallas Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr shows his dejection sitting in the end zone after the Philadelphia Eagles beat the Dallas Cowboys 33-27 in overtime at AT&T Stadium on Nov. 8. Carr has a base salary of $9.1 million and counts $13.8 million against the salary cap. He could be released by the Cowboys as they go into the free-agency period. Rodger Mallison Star-Telegram

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