The Cowboys have penciled in Bruce Carter at weak-side linebacker in their new 4-3 defense.
Cowboys placed ILB Bruce Carter (elbow) on injured reserve, ending his season.
According to ESPN Dallas, Cowboys team officials believe ILB Bruce Carter will require elbow surgery next week.
Cowboys ILB Bruce Carter will undergo an MRI for a dislocated elbow sustained in Thursday's loss to the Redskins.
Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan has been impressed with ILB Bruce Carter's ability to take over as the leader of the defense.
Ex-scout Bryan Broaddus believes ILB Bruce Carter has joined DeMarcus Ware, Sean Lee, and Brandon Carr as nucleus players on the Cowboys defense.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones believes Bruce Carter is the "fastest inside linebacker in the NFL."
Bruce Carter leads the battle for the Cowboys' "TED" linebacker spot with Dan Connor.
According to Pro Football Weekly, Cowboys ILB Bruce Carter has the "inside edge" to start opposite Sean Lee.
After a strong showing in OTAs, ILB Bruce Carter is now "neck-and-neck" with Dan Connor for the starting job next to Sean Lee, according to Cowboys executive VP Stephen Jones.
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett indicated that second-year ILB Bruce Carter still has a ways to go to become a reliable football player.
ESPN Dallas' Todd Archer senses some concern about 2011 second-round pick Bruce Carter inside the Cowboys' organization.
Coach Jason Garrett is expecting big things out of ILB Bruce Carter in 2012.
The Cowboys are expected to promote 2011 second-round pick Bruce Carter into the starting lineup in 2012.