Found December 10, 2012 on thepigskinreport.com:
Brandon Carr has been through a lot over the past week. Two weekends ago, Carr found out that one of his former teammates when he played with the Kansas City Chiefs, Jovan Belcher, shot and killed the mother of his child, and then took his own life. Exactly one week later, Carr found out that current Dallas Cowboys’ teammate Josh Brent was responsible as the intoxicated river who was behind the wheel of the car that killed Jerry Brown, also a member of the Cowboys’ squad. For any person to have to go through that much in the span of one week is almost unfathomable. For Carr to then go out and play one of the best games of his career is inspirational. Carr had an interception and a big return that helped spark a late fourth quarter comeback that helped the Cowboys erase a 10 point deficit on the road to defeat the Cincinnati Bengals in a game that was as close to a must win as a game can get. “That interception was for a lot of heavy hearts, including mine,” Carr said. “It’s for ever...
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