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By Glenn Erby On Monday, July 8th, 2013

Cowboys’ DT Josh Brent Released From Jail

Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Josh Brent has been released from jail, while awaiting trial for intoxication manslaughter according to Pro Football Talk. Brent’s bail was revoked on June 27 because of two More...

By Glenn Erby On Sunday, June 30th, 2013

Cowboys Have No Immediate Plans To Release Josh Brent

You can call Jerry Jones a lot of things, but I’m not sure you can refer to him as disloyal or unforgiving.  ESPN Dallas is reporting that even after failing his second drug test, the Cowboys have no immediate More...

By Robert Littal On Thursday, June 27th, 2013

Cowboys Josh Brent Fails 2nd Drug Test, Sent Back to Jail (Mugshot)

Josh Brent was driving drunk, when he caused an accident that killed his teammate and friend. You would think that would be enough to keep him on the straight and narrow. Even though he was granted bail and the More...

By Robert Littal On Thursday, June 6th, 2013

Cowboys Josh Brent Tests Positive for Marijuana While Awaiting Trial

Seems like Josh Brent has really learned his lesson. He is currently awaiting trial for killing his teammate while driving drunk and decided it was a good idea to smoke a little weed to pass the time. Cowboys Josh More...

By Robert Littal On Wednesday, February 20th, 2013
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Cowboys Josh Brent Was Driving Up to 134 MPH, When He Killed Teammate in Crash

Even if you are sober, driving over 100 MPH isn’t very safe. You add in the fact, Brent was double over the legal driving limit, I’m shocked he didn’t kill himself as well. Dallas Cowboy Josh More...

By Robert Littal On Thursday, January 3rd, 2013

Autopsy Shows Cowboys Jerry Brown Jr. Was Sober At the Time of Fatal Crash

According to Dallas Morning News, Brown’s blood alcohol level was 0.056 and the legal limit in Texas is 0.08. Brent’s blood alcohol level was twice the legal limit. Neither Brown nor Brent were wearing More...

By Robert Littal On Tuesday, December 18th, 2012

Cowboys Josh Brent Now Banned From Cowboys Sidelines

Many people and media members were upset when Josh Brent appeared on the Cowboys sidelines during their game against the Steelers. While I do think it was a distraction and awkward, I wasn’t up in arms about More...

By Glenn Erby On Monday, December 17th, 2012
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Jerry Jones Defends Josh Brent Being On Cowboys Sideline

Yesterday Dallas Cowboys embattled defensive tackle Josh Brent was allowed to stand on the sideline with his team even though he is facing manslaughter charges for his involvement in the death of friend and teammate More...

By Glenn Erby On Friday, December 14th, 2012
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Jerry Jones Says Some Cowboys Players Use Car Service After Clubbing

In the wake of Dallas defensive tackle Josh Brent being charged for intoxication manslaughter, many people have shown outrage to NFL players not using the designated late night car service each team provides. Cowboys More...

By Robert Littal On Thursday, December 13th, 2012

Cowboys Josh Brent Blood Alcohol Level Twice the Legal Limit at The Time of Fatal Crash

Josh Brent is a 320 pound Nose Tackle. For him to be that far over the legal limit means he had to consume a lot of alcohol the night of the fatal crash that killed his teammate Jerry Brown. According to ESPN his More...

By Glenn Erby On Wednesday, December 12th, 2012

Report: Cowboys Move Josh Brent To Non-Football Injury List, Will Show Support

Dallas Cowboys embattled defensive tackle Josh Brent is currently free, out on bail while facing charges for intoxication manslaughter in the death of teammate and friend Jerry Brown. Question were sure to arise More...

By Robert Littal On Tuesday, December 11th, 2012

Jerry Brown’s Mother Asks Josh Brent To Ride With Her to Son’s Memorial Service

It is obvious that the families were close and Jerry Brown’s family have been very supportive of Josh Brent. Regardless of Brent’s actions immediately after the crash, no one will argue that this was More...

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