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Now or Never for Dallas Cowboys WR Noah Brown?

2020 could be a make or break for Noah Brown’s NFL career.

Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver Noah Brown’s NFL career could be hanging in the balance in 2020. Not only is it a contract year for him, but it could also be his last chance to prove he’s got what it takes to be a regular contributor in the league.

To date, Noah Brown’s NFL career is a bit of an enigma. When healthy he’s proven he can be a valuable role player on both offense and special teams, but unfortunately staying healthy isn’t one of his strong suits. There is time however for him to turn things around.

As of right now, there’s no way of really knowing how many wide receivers the Dallas Cowboys will keep on the roster in 2020. We know Amari Cooper, Michael Gallup, and CeeDee Lamb are roster locks, but beyond that it’s anyone’s guess. There could be as little as two and as much as three spots up for grabs.

That leaves players like Cedrick Wilson, Noah Brown, Devin Smith, and any other WRs having to duke it out for one of those much coveted roster spots. Right now, I think Noah Brown might just have a leg up on the competition.

Noah Brown
Dallas Cowboys WR Noah Brown

Maybe it’s the fan in me, but I think Brown’s skill set better suits what Mike McCarthy and his coaching staff could be looking for in WR depth. He not only has the prototypical size (6’2″, 225), but his physical dominance as a blocker and special teams ability sets him apart from the other WRs on the roster.

As a depth player, playing special teams and creating a niche for yourself is a must. That’s what Noah Brown has been able to accomplish so far in his short career, despite the injury hurdles he’s had to overcome thus far. It’s also why he’s been able to stick around with the Dallas Cowboys as long as he has and could continue to do so under the new coaching regime.

If Noah Brown can somehow manage to stay healthy throughout training camp there’s no doubt in my mind he should be up to catch the eye of the coaching staff. But if not, he’s going to have to put some good film on tape because there are 31 other teams around the league who he could be auditioning for.

Sadly, that’s the position Noah Brown finds himself in right now. How he manages to play in 2020 could end up making or breaking his NFL career. Unfortunately, that’s just the reality of the business side of things.

Do you think Noah Brown will have a make or break 2020 season?

What do you think?

Brian Martin

Written by Brian Martin

Level C2/C3 quadriplegic. College graduate with a bachelors degree in sports and health sciences-concentration sports management. Sports enthusiast. Dallas Cowboys fanatic. Lover of life with a glass half-full point of view.


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  1. I think he definitely has value as a big reciever, blocker and special teams play. He has really good hands and could be great asset in redzone plays. He could almost be considered as a lighter tight end. I’d put him in before Schultz or bell if I had the choice.
    But once again the injury problem has plagued his career. Just like Devon Smith and cedrick Wilson.
    Above points should be good enough over the udfa in my opinion. He’s somewhat familiar with the system even though there’s a new coaching regime.

  2. I think Cedric Wilson will have a better chance than Noah Brown…. Maybe they both make the team, but I think Cedric Wilson is the better option, cause he can do about the same thing Brown can do, except Wilson has experience in kick returns!! The only thing Brown can do better than Wilson is block and that’s it!! And even though they both have been injured, Brown has missed more time due to injury than Wilson has!! Plus we have another guy on the team now that’s built just about like Noah Brown now, and his name is Ventell Bryant and he’s just as good if not better than Brown!! And he’s definitely better on special teams than Brown is!! So in my opinion, I think Noah Brown is the least favorite to make the team!!

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