Now that he's the best Cowboys' cornerback, he's underpaid.
Stephen Jones says the Cowboys haven't asked Brandon Carr to take a pay cut yet, and expects the high-priced corner to return to Dallas in 2015.
Brandon Carr will likely have to accept a pay cut to be a Cowboys cornerback in 2015, and he's not likely to do that.
Brandon Carr didn't record an interception as one of the league's highest-paid cornerbacks last season, and now he'll either take a big paycut or find a new job.
With the Cowboys' season over, let's take a look back on a position-by-position basis.
Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. says he played his rookie season with a pair of tears in his right hamstring.
Jerry Jones recently hinted that Brandon Carr may have to take a pay cut or risk being released by the Cowboys.
Brandon Carr could become the latest Cowboys' cap casualty after a subpar year.
Despite a couple of rough performances, Jerry Jones remains confident in his $50 million man, Brandon Carr.
Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett remains confident in cornerback Brandon Carr.