2. Anthony Brown
Anthony Brown may not be the best corner on this team, but he has been reliable opposite of Trevon Diggs the past two seasons. Brown has overachieved since arriving in Dallas as a sixth-round pick out of Purdue in 2016. He was thrust into action early in the season due to injuries in the secondary and took advantage. Brown had one interception and 55 tackles, the second most of his career.
Like both players mentioned earlier, Brown has some injury history. He tore his triceps in 2019 during week 11 and missed the rest of the season. Despite that, Dallas resigned him to a three-year contract which was not a popular decision among fans.
2022 started off well for Brown until he tore his ACL against the Indianapolis Colts. With fellow corner Jourdan Lewis also out, Diggs did not have much experience opposite of him. Undrafted rookie DaRon Bland stepped up, but the Cowboys need experience back there at corner.
Bringing back Brown would be an easy achievement for Dallas. His injury diminishes his value and it would be hard to imagine a lot of teams being interested in him. A one-year deal would not break the bank to bring back a defensive back who has remained a steady fixture since the Dak Prescott era began.