Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr played eight snaps in Thursday night’s preseason finale against the Denver Broncos, and he came away from the game confident that he’s good to go for the regular season.
Carr missed most of training camp and two preseason games after his mother passed away. He appeared in the dress rehearsal game against the Dolphins and recorded a tackle, but the team believed he’d benefit from some more reps.
"I felt good to get a couple of plays under my belt,” Carr said, per ESPN Dallas. “I feel good going into next week's home opener. Now it's time to polish up the finished product and get ready for next Sunday."
The Cowboys will open the regular season against the 49ers at AT&T Stadium next Sunday.
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