The Dallas Cowboys have released veteran cornerback Nolan Carroll Wednesday morning, ending his seven month tenure.
Carroll suffered a concussion during a Week 2 loss to the Denver Broncos and was out the following game, but he practiced the past two weeks. He was replaced with rookie Jourdan Lewis, who is now in the starting lineup, and Chidobe Awuzie, who played against the Packers.
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According to the report, USC has also handed over the laptops of head coach Andy Enfield and assistants Jason Hart and Chris Capko.
Carroll recorded 55 tackles, 11 passes defended, one interception, and one forced fumble last season with the Eagles.
Carroll, who may also be facing a suspension after being arrested for DUI this offseason, will be free to sign with any team once his release becomes official.
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