Brandon Carr posts emotional goodbye to the Dallas Cowboys
After accepting a deal with the Baltimore Ravens, Brandon Carr had an emotional message for the Dallas Cowboys.
On Monday, Brandon Carr officially became the newest addition to the Baltimore Ravens.
Hoping to retain Carr if the price was palatable, the Dallas Cowboys instead saw him accept a four-year, $24M deal with the Ravens. The veteran has been a solid contributor throughout his five-year stint with the Cowboys, although routinely vilified for lack of splash plays in his tenure.
Despite the venom unjustifiably spewed towards him by many, Carr is still thankful for the opportunity to suit up for a team he's loved all his life.
Ever since I was a kid I wanted to play for the Dallas Cowboys. Five years ago I was able to make that dream come true and I wore the Star with pride. I am forever grateful! It is now time for me to pursue a new opportunity and continue my NFL career as a Baltimore Raven. I want to thank the Dallas Cowboys organization, the coaching staff, my teammates, and Cowboys nation for an unbelievable ride. The Carr Cares Foundation will continue to serve the Dallas community and help young students reach their full potential! God Bless. -B Carr
The Flint, MI-native left it all on the field for the Cowboys, having not missed a single start in half a decade.
His contributions to the community are just as vehement, as The Carr Cares Foundation has been and will carry on as being one of the most definitive organizations in molding the youth of the Metroplex into the leaders of tomorrow.
As Carr opens the newest chapter in his football life, he's clearly not entirely leaving behind the one he's written in Dallas.
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