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Week 4 Outlook
The Cowboys' have promoted safety Brandon Carr to the 53-man roster for the rest of the season, per Calvin Watkins.
This will be Carr's second stint with Dallas, as he spent five seasons with them between 2012-2016. The 34-year-old vet has racked up 702 tackles and 21 interceptions over his 12-year career and will look to provide some depth to the Dallas' secondary.
The Ravens have exercised their option on cornerback Brandon Carr.
Carr will make $4.5 million this year and also earn a $1.5 million roster bonus. The veteran cornerback has never missed a game or start in his 11 NFL seasons.
Ravens cornerback Brandon Carr (knee) was a non-participant in Wednesday’s practice.
Carr has been dealing with a knee injury for a few weeks but it has not forced him to miss any games. He is expected to be ready for Sunday versus the Saints.
Baltimore cornerback Brandon Carr had a productive game in Week 7 against the Minnesota Vikings. Carr finished with six total tackles, one interception, and one pass defended. The Ravens went on to lose to the Vikings, 24-16.
Carr has been an asset as an IDP player, posting 21 tackles, three interceptions, and seven passes defended. With lockdown corner Jimmy Smith playing on the other side of him, look for quarterbacks to continue to test Carr. That bodes well for his fantasy prospects going forward as he should continue to see plenty of opportunities to make tackles after the catch.
Former Dallas Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr and the Baltimore Ravens agreed to terms on a four-year deal worth $24 million.
Carr, who played the last five seasons in Dallas, signed with Baltimore Thursday. The nine-year veteran never lived up to his last contract with the Cowboys, but he proved to be a solid corner at best during his tenure with the club. He'll likely enter 2017 starting opposite Jimmy Smith with the Ravens.