Cowboys urged to make a move for divisive former $15 million starter.

After losing Trevon Diggs, the Dallas Cowboys defense struggled against the Arizona Cardinals in Week 3. 

The front office may add a veteran corner to shore up the unit. 

Among Bleacher Report's top roster moves for each team is a Cowboys reunion with Anthony Brown.

Brown was released by the 49ers before Thursday Night Football, which is excellent timing for him to return to the area he called home for seven years, 

Bleacher Report reported on September 25. “The 29-year-old won't match Diggs' ball production, but he knows the system and can add depth to a position group that needs it.

“Plus, he might have inside information on a 49ers team the Cowboys play in two weeks and may see again in the playoffs.”

After releasing Brown after two days, the Niners re-signed him to a one-year contract coming into Week 3. 

 Dallas must trade for Brown from the 49ers, but since San Francisco has released the corner, the veteran could be cut again. 


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