The roster churn continues as the Cowboys are reportedly going to make another move on their 53-man roster. Injured receiver Noah Brown surprisingly made the roster after spending most of the offseason with a hamstring problem, but it looks like he won’t be staying on it. Clarence Hill, Jr. reports that the Cowboys will move him to IR and bring back a familiar name.
The Cowboys plan to move receiver Noah Brown to injured reserve and re-sign Deonte Thompson, who was cut on Saturday, according to sources. Brown missed all of training camp and the preseason with a hamstring injury.
Many observers thought that Thompson would make the initial 53-man roster, especially since Brown missed so much time in training camp and preseason. It seemed as if the battle was between Thompson and Lance Lenoir, but the Cowboys decided to keep Brown with the intent of moving him to IR. Lenoir made it to the practice squad and Thompson, at least according to sources, will return to the team.