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Cowboys add Free Agent CB Kyron Brown to Training Camp Roster

The have had an open spot on their since practices began last week. It is now filled after Dallas signed third-year CB Kyron Brown, previously employed by the .

Brown was for the Jets in 2019 who spent most of that year on their . He was called up in November to the active roster for three games and started the last one, but a quad landed Kyron on for the rest of his season.

In 2020, Brown spent the entire year on the Jets’ reserve/PUP list. He was waived last May and has remained a until now.

Despite his unheralded entry to the NFL, Kyron got some notice during the 2019 for the Jets and eventually found his way into a starting role. He has desirable size at 6’1″ and about 200 lbs., which we know is part of how he wound up with the Cowboys.

 

Many thought that Dallas would be using their open roster spot to sign free agent next week. Hooker’s recent visit with the team went well and, according to reports, they are waiting for Malik to go through the five-day protocol before a can be made.

Adding Kyron Brown now does nothing to change that plan. It only means that now Dallas will need to a player to make room for Hooker.

That player will probably be one of the Cowboys’ other DB prospects. Veterans and at cornerback, both 27-years-old, could easily fall victim to a younger option in Kyron Brown. There’s also Steven Parker at safety, entering his fourth season, who would be replaced by Hooker.

Of course, the ripple effects in late July and early August may only go so far. Kyron Brown may not make Dallas’ final , but whoever loses their roster spot next week probably wasn’t going to either.

Nevertheless, it’s good to see the Cowboys continuing to assess options and churn the bottom of the roster. We’ve seen plenty of surprising success stories in Dallas and hopefully Kyron Brown will be the next one!

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Jess Haynie

Written by Jess Haynie

Cowboys fan since 1992, blogger since 2011. Bringing you the objectivity of an outside perspective with the passion of a die-hard fan. I love to talk to my readers, so please comment on any article and I'll be sure to respond!

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