Wednesday, December 2, 1998
Former Cowboy Larry Brown may return
DALLAS (AP) - Larry Brown, the 1996 Super Bowl MVP for Dallas,
could rejoin the injury-plagued Cowboys.
Brown, who signed a five-year, $12.5 million free agent contract
with Oakland before the 1996 season, was told in April to look
for a job elsewhere.
The cornerback missed most of the 1996 season with a foot
injury and played little last year.
He was benched after getting burned on a couple of long passes
early in the year, and was suspended for four games midway through
the 1997 season for "conduct detrimental to the team."
Brown, who lives in the Dallas area, underwent a physical
Tuesday and could suit up for practice on Wednesday, the team
He could replace Kevin Smith, who is expected to be out two
to four weeks with a strained muscle in his lower back.
Charlie Williams and Kevin Mathis, who have a combined four
starts, are scheduled to start Sunday against New Orleans.
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