On a day where many NFL free agents are changing teams, former Ohio State wide receiver Noah Brown is staying put.
The Dallas Cowboys are bringing back Brown on a one-year deal, according to USA TODAY's Jori Epstein.
Cowboys agreed to one-year deal bringing back WR Noah Brown, source confirms to @usatodaysports.— Jori Epstein (@JoriEpstein) March 15, 2021
Dallas WR stable is deep but 2017 seventh-rounder played 20% of offensive snaps, 47% of special teams in 2020. Another chance to show what he's capable of with Dak on track to return
Brown posted about the news on Instagram with a photo that includes fellow former Buckeye Ezekiel Elliott:
A seventh-round pick in the 2017 NFL draft, Brown has spent his entire NFL career with the Cowboys. He has caught only 23 passes for 241 yards in four seasons, but has also seen regular playing time on special teams.