Cowboys, already thin at CB, fear Anthony Brown has torn Achille

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Author - joshai

The Dallas Cowboys secondary suffered a serious blow during the final third of the 54-19 victory over the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday night 

as the cornerback Anthony Brown suffered what the team believes to be an Achilles tendon injury in the left.

"I'm sick for him," the general manager and owner Jerry Jones said. "He's had an outstanding career. Boy, he's brought it up by the bootstrap, 

And he, to me, is what a young player working hard, really having the right stuff, can become who's not a No. 1 draft pick. I'm sick for him and sick for us."

Brown was unable to walk off the field during the Colts scoring drive, which culminated by Matt Ryan hitting Alec Pierce for the touchdown. The ball was then covered by Brown's replacement Kelvin Joseph 

Brown is set to become a free agent following the season, but was struck by concussions in the opening portion of Dallas's November 

13 defeat against the Green Bay Packers however he was able to return for the next two games.