Dallas Cowboys cornerback Anthony Brown left Thursday night's preseason opener against the Arizona Cardinals with a hamstring injury. Brown started the game.
Per the Dallas Morning News, he wasn't expected to play much, but the injury is concerning if it lingers and keeps him from practicing when the team returns to Oxnard, Calif., to resume training camp practices Monday.
Brown started in the secondary alongside rookie Chidobe Awuzie, Byron Jones and Jeff Heath. He was beat in coverage on Arizona's opening drive as quarterback Blaine Gabbert found receiver Brittan Golden over the middle for a 35-yard gain.
Other cornerbacks on the roster include Nolan Carroll, Jourdan Lewis, Leon McFadden, Orlando Scandrick, Sammy Seamster, Duke Thomas and Marquez White.
Pro Football Focus even projected Brown as one of Dallas' three starting cornerbacks for the year, ahead of veteran Carroll.