Schedule

Opponent Game Opp RK Opp FPTS
vs 27
vs 28
@ 14
vs 10
@ 16
@ 19
vs 26
vs 31
BYE
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@ 3
@ 25
vs 14
vs 29
vs 6
@ 22
vs 19
@ 11
@ 10

Fantasy News

  • Cowboys' Anthony Brown: Lands on COVID-19 list

    The Cowboys placed Brown (illness) on the reserve/COVID-19 list Thursday, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports. Brown tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday, and it appears likely that he'll be unavailable Saturday against the Eagles. Jourdan Lewis and Kelvin Joseph should see additional playing time in Week 18.
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  • Cowboys' Anthony Brown: Leading tackler in win

    Brown recorded 10 tackles (nine solo) and two passes defended in Thursday's 27-17 win over the Saints. New Orleans tried to prey upon Brown one week after his rough performance against the Raiders, but instead the cornerback stepped up and led Dallas in tackles while reaching double digits for the second time this season. The 27-year-old's 60 tackles on the season are already a new career high, as are his three INTs and 13 passes defended, and as long as offenses try to stay away from Trevon Diggs, Brown will carry deep-league IDP value.
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  • Cowboys' Anthony Brown: Third INT of season

    Brown totaled three tackles (one solo) along with an interception in the 43-3 win over the Falcons on Sunday. Brown tallied his third interception of the season as he's now tied for eighth most in the NFL. Between the 27-year-old and Trevon Diggs, the Cowboys have an excellent pair of ball-hawking corners. Brown gets a tough matchup next Sunday as Dallas takes on a high-powered Kansas City offense that looks to be back on track.
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  • Cowboys' Anthony Brown: Scores first career TD on INT

    Brown recorded two tackles and returned an interception for a 45-yard touchdown in Sunday's win over the Giants. The pick was his second of the year, tying his prior season high, while the TD was the second of his career -- with the first also coming against the Giants, in Week 5 of last year on a fumble return. With Trevon Diggs on a record INT pace opposite him, Brown will likely see even more balls thrown in his direction as the season progresses, but he's already taken advantage -- he has 28 tackles and six passes defended through only five games.
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  • Cowboys' Anthony Brown: Not locked into starting role

    Brown is competing in training camp with Kelvin Joseph for the starting cornerback spot opposite Trevon Diggs, Jonny Auping of DallasCowboys.com reports. Joseph, a 2021 second-round pick out of Kentucky, is the player the Cowboys would prefer to see claim the job, but Brown will get a chance to prove in camp he's the better option for Week 1. Drafted out of Purdue in the sixth round of the 2016 Draft, Brown has carved out a solid career for himself despite missing 13 games due to injuries over the last two seasons, and he scored his first career touchdown on a fumble recovery in Week 5 against the Giants last year.
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  • Cowboys' Anthony Brown: Lifted from IR

    The Cowboys activated Brown (ribs) from injured reserve Saturday, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports. Brown practiced all week and proved he's ready to return to game action. The Cowboys' defense is among the worst in the league, so the 26-year-old cornerback likely will boost its effectiveness to some degree. Last season, Brown played nine games and allowed a 79.9 passer rating and no touchdowns when targeted.
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  • Cowboys' Anthony Brown: Pops up on injury report

    Brown (ribs) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Falcons, Michael Gehlken of the Dallas Morning News reports. Brown is a late addition to the injury report after the team listed him as a limited participant in Friday's walk-through. His six tackles against the Rams in Week 1 already have Brown more than a third of the way to his 2019 total of 17.
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  • Cowboys' Anthony Brown: Offering Cowboys key stability

    Brown (triceps) could play a key role in the Cowboy's secondary in 2020 and is a near lock to make the roster, Jess Haynie of InsideTheStar.com reports. Brown rejoined the Cowboys courtesy of a three-year, $15.5 million deal in March, positioning him to serve as a pillar of stability in the team's secondary amid a time of transition. With Byron Jones having left for Miami, Chidobe Awuzie and Jourdan Lewis set to walk in 2021, and rookies Trevon Diggs and Reggie Robinson navigating an offseason of limited in-person activities, Dallas could be in a position to lean heavily on Brown's consistency for 2020. He's expected to be fully recovered from last November's triceps surgery in time for training camp.
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  • Cowboys' Anthony Brown: Remaining in Dallas

    Brown (triceps) came to terms on a three-year contract with the Cowboys on Wednesday, Calvin Watkins of The Dallas Morning News reports. After the Cowboys let Byron Jones walk in free agency, Brown should be well positioned to claim a full-time starting role in the Dallas secondary after re-signing with the team. The 26-year-old is still recovering from the surgery he required in late November to address a torn triceps, but he'll presumably be good to go when training camp opens.
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  • Cowboys' Anthony Brown: Will undergo surgery

    Brown will have surgery to repair a torn triceps he incurred during Sunday's win over the Lions, Michael Gehlken of the Dallas Morning News reports. The fourth-year pro has been ruled out for the season, so he'll likely be placed on IR in the near future. Brown made four starts in nine games this year, although he recently saw his usage drop off with Jourdan Lewis taking over as the starting nickel corner. Set to be an unrestricted free agent in March, Brown's recovery could make an impact on whether he re-signs with the Cowboys.
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  • Cowboys' Anthony Brown: Gearing up for MFN

    Brown (hamstring) is officially active for Monday's divisional matchup against the Giants, David Helman of the Cowboys' official site reports. Brown only logged limited practice throughout the week and carried a questionable designation, so his availability is certainly a positive for the team. Now that the Purdue product is officially healthy, look for him to assume his usual nickel cornerback role in the secondary.
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  • Cowboys' Anthony Brown: Ruled out Sunday

    Brown (hamstring) is listed as out for Sunday's game against the Eagles, Jon Machota of The Athletic reports. Brown was unable to practice all week, so this was expected. He suffered the injury in Week 6 against the Jets and now gets two more weeks to recover thanks to a Week 8 bye.
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  • Cowboys' Anthony Brown: Ready to rock

    Brown (back) is active for Sunday's game versus the Giants, David Helman of the Cowboys' official site reports. Brown will work again as the Cowboys' No. 3 corner after missing Week 16's game versus the Buccaneers. The third-year pro's stat line has regressed slightly this season, as he's sporting 42 tackles, seven pass breakups and one interception. His job will be slightly easier since Odell Beckham (quadriceps) is inactive, bumping Cody Latimer into the Giants' third wideout spot.
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  • Cowboys' Anthony Brown: Questionable for Sunday

    Brown (back) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Giants, Jon Machota of The Dallas Morning News reports. Brown missed last week's win over the Buccaneers due to back spasms and began this week not practicing, though he was a limited participant Thursday and Friday. The Cowboys are locked into No. 4 seed in the NFC and are unlikely to take any unnecessary with injuries risks as the playoffs are on the horizon, though Brown could very well still play.
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  • Cowboys' Anthony Brown: Inactive Week 16

    Brown (back/hand) is inactive for Sunday's Week 16 tilt against the Buccaneers. The status doesn't come as much of a surprise when considering Brown's practice participation deteriorated each day this past week. Without the benefit of Brown's presence against a potent Bucs passing attack Sunday, the Cowboys will likely afford Jourdan Lewis additional snaps behind starters Byron Jones and Chidobe Awuzie.
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  • Cowboys' Anthony Brown: Continues development in 2017

    Brown finished the regular season with 56 tackles, 11 passes defended including two interceptions, and one sack in 16 games. The surprise of the Cowboys' 2016 defense, Brown made nine starts in 2017 but by the end of the campaign, rookies Chidobe Awuzie and Jourdan Lewis had muscled past him on the depth chart. Brown's role next season will likely depend as much on whether Orlando Scandrick is back with the team as it does on his own offseason development, but he profiles best in nickel and dime packages rather than as an every-snap starter.
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  • Cowboys' Anthony Brown: Nursing ankle injury

    Brown was limited at Thursday's practice due to an ankle injury, Todd Archer of ESPN reports. The issue is not believed to be serious, so the Cowboys are likely just exercising caution here. Should he ultimately suffer a setback and be unable to suit up for Sunday's tilt against Aaron Rodgers and the Packers, Orlando Scandrick would presumably be next in line to start at cornerback opposite Nolan Carroll.
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  • Cowboys' Anthony Brown: Downplays hamstring injury

    Brown reported that he's not concerned about the hamstring injury he sustained during Thursday's Hall of Fame Game against the Cardinals, Drew Davison of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports. Brown exited Thursday's contest with a hamstring injury but apparently isn't too concerned about his physical condition following the team's first preseason game. In a postgame interview, Brown made his lack of concern evident, stating that "I just have to get treatment tomorrow. It's just tight. Nothing major." The young cornerback sounds like he'll be good to go in the long-term, though his availability in the team's upcoming practices could be in doubt.
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  • Cowboys' Anthony Brown: Will play Sunday vs. Eagles

    Brown (concussion) is active Sunday against the Eagles, David Helman of the Cowboys' official site reports. Brown was only a limited participant in Friday's practice, but he'll be available nonetheless as he looks to play in his 14th consecutive game Sunday.
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  • Cowboys' Anthony Brown: Records 11 tackles in Sunday's win

    Brown recorded 11 tackles and forced a fumble in Sunday's win over the Packers. Orlando Scandrick's hamstring injury had already pushed Brown into the nickel corner role, but he saw an even bigger workload in the second half Sunday after Mo Claiborne left with a concussion. Both injured corners could be back in the lineup following the Cowboys' Week 7 bye though, so Brown may not see enough snaps going forward to maintain his recent surge in IDP value.
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