Cornerback Anthony Brown is being re-signed by the Dallas Cowboys. The deal is for three years, securing him through 2023.
ESPN’s Todd Archer reported the news via Twitter on Wednesday.
The Cowboys are bringing back cornerback Anthony Brown on a three-year deal, according to a source. Brown was limited to nine games last season because of a triceps injury. A sixth-round pick in 2016, Brown has four interceptions and three sacks, while… https://t.co/siIiblABH3
— Todd Archer (@toddarcher) March 18, 2020
The former sixth-rounder has been a Cowboy for his entire career since he was drafted in 2016. He played in only nine games last year, starting in just four of them. Brown defended five passes last season and collected 17 combined tackles.
Brown also has four career interceptions and three forced fumbles since being drafted. If the deal is cheap, this could be some good value for the Cowboys, for a player who still needs some development.
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