Found February 14, 2013 on The Penalty Flag:
PLAYERS: Brandon Carr
TEAMS: Dallas Cowboys

After the 2011 NFL season it was clear the Dallas Cowboys needed a cornerback. According to many, the reason they flopped at the end and failed to reach the playoffs was the secondary. They targeted Brandon Carr and signed him to a five-year deal worth 50.1 million. Looking back, did they overpay? Sure, everyone overpays in the first 24 hours of free agency. They filled a need and Carr did an adequate job of doing that in 2013... Read more

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