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Draft Scout Brandon Carr News
10/01/15 - CB Brandon Carr didn't practice Wednesday for personal reasons. The team's practice report said it was non-injury related.
09/09/15 - CB Brandon Carr still can't escape the nightmare of New York Giants receiver Odell Beckham Jr.'s one-handed catch over him last November. It continues to get replayed on TV over and over, and Carr knew the topic would eventually come up on opening week with the teams meeting Sunday night at AT&T Stadium.
Asked if it has been difficult seeing the catch over and over, Carr responded: "What do you do when you're afraid of the dark? Do you run from it? Or just one day close the door, turn off the lights and go to sleep? I just keep it moving, man. New year, new season. Ready to get it on. Looking forward to an exciting season."
08/10/15 - CB Brandon Carr had surgery on a broken bone in his right hand Monday in Dallas, coach Jason Garrett said. 0Carr is expected to rejoin the team Tuesday, but it is unknown when he will return to practice. He is expected to be ready for the season opener. "This is not my first go-round," Carr said. "I have a feel for what takes to get prepared for games.
"If you miss some preseason games for the greater good of the team or myself, then that's what it takes to get ready." Carr, 29, has never missed a regular-season game because of an injury. "I take a lot of pride in being able to fight through whatever is going on to suit up on Sunday," Carr said. "At the same time, I've been blessed. It's not all me. It's really not me at all. I've just been blessed to play through certain injuries and stay away from the major ones."
01/12/15 - CB Brandon Carr ended the season on a strong note, holding Jordy Nelson to two catches for 22 yards. Now he must sweat out free agency and see if the Cowboys are going to cut him and his $12.7 million cap hit for next year or ask him to take a pay cut.
01/05/15 - CB Brandon Carr got some redemption in the Cowboys 24-20 victory over the Vikings. He was part of a defense that held receiver Calvin Johnson to five catches for 85 yards and no touchdowns – a far cry from last season's effort when Johnson destroyed Carr and the secondary with 14 receptions for 329 yards and one touchdown.
Carr covered Johnson one-on-one last year. This year he had helped with a safety and the Cowboys got the job done.
"My mentality this week wasn't about redemption or get back," Carr said. "I kind of wiped last year out. This year was totally different. A totally different team. The results through this season were different than last year. On top of that the way we called plays and the philosophy on defense was different. This week I knew I had my hands full with one of the best receivers in my league. It was an opportunity for me to go out there and take that step, prove to myself, prove to my teammates that I'm worthy of that star."