Dallas Cowboys bringing Anthony Brown back next game
After an injury-filled 2020 season, the Cowboys have made the decision to bring back Anthony Brown from the injured reserve roster. Current cornerback for the Dallas Cowboys, Brown played for Purdue on scholarship in college, making 189 tackles and catching four interceptions during his undergraduate football career (Wikipedia). Since joining the NFL as a sixth-round pick in the 2016 Draft, he has been playing for the Cowboys.
During game one of the season in September, Brown received a rib injury that put him on the bench. The injury came shortly after re-signing to the Cowboys for an additional three years with a $15.5 million contract. The cornerback has not played in any games since his injury, but Brown’s teammates and Cowboys fans alike will be elated to see the five-year NFL veteran’s return to the field in the next game.