NFL Network's Albert Breer reports Cowboys CB Brandon Carr has agreed to a pay cut.
ESPN Dallas reports the Cowboys want Brandon Carr to restructure his contract.
Cowboys.com Bryan Broaddus expects LCB Brandon Carr to stay in Dallas.
NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport reports the Cowboys will release LCB Brandon Carr.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones confirmed CB Brandon Carr is a potential cap cut.
Cowboys CB Brandon Carr does not know if he will be back with the organization next season.
Cowboys CB Brandon Carr will undergo surgery Monday after suffering a broken bone in his right hand.
Owner Jerry Jones said the Cowboys are still working on restructuring LCB Brandon Carr's contract.
The Cowboys still have not addressed LCB Brandon Carr's contract.
The Cowboys are still trying to lower LCB Brandon Carr's cap number.
ESPN Cowboys reporter Todd Archer believes CB Brandon Carr will stay with the Cowboys, but not at his current salary.
ESPN Dallas' Todd Archer believes the chances are "very good" that the Cowboys release CB Brandon Carr if he refuses a pay cut.
When asked about CB Brandon Carr, Cowboys executive VP Stephen Jones said, "I fully expect Brandon to be a part of our team next year."
According to Rainer Sabin of the Dallas Morning News, the Cowboys have had discussions with Brandon Carr's agent at the NFL Combine.