Since agreeing to a massive deal with cornerback Brandon Carr before the 2012 season, the Cowboys have had disappointing results, missing the playoffs in both seasons.
Although the Cowboys were a game away from winning their division again in 2013, Carr isn’t upset with the season, instead calling it a “learning process.”
“Individually, this season was a learning process for me,” Carr said during a Friday visit Feb. 28 to Carman-Ainsworth High School in Flint via Eric Woodyard of MLive.com. “I came to Dallas with high expectations, with a chip on my shoulder and a lot of things that I wanted to accomplish as well, and I’m still in the process of doing that, but being assigned each team’s No. 1 option each and every week with little to no help.
“It’s fine, because that’s the type of games that you want when you grow up, but it was good because I learned a lot about myself.”
Last season, Carr recorded 71 tackles, picked off three passes, had 13 passes defended and recovered a fumble while appearing in all 16 games, which he has done in all six of his NFL seasons.