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A judge has ordered Dallas Cowboys nose tackle Josh Brent to wear an electronic monitor while free on an intoxication manslaughter charge in a car crash that killed a teammate.
A judge modified conditions for his continued release and lowered bond from $500,000 to $100,000 during Brent's Tuesday court appearance.
Prosecutors asked that Brent wear an electronic ankle bracelet while free pending trial on in the Dec. 8 one-car accident that killed friend and Cowboys practice squad member Jerry Brown. The judge agreed.
Brent, who was driving the vehicle, declined comment following the court hearing.
Brent has been placed on the NFL reserve/non-football illness list and won't play again this season. He was on the sideline Sunday at Cowboys Stadium as Dallas beat Pittsburgh 27-24 in overtime.
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The Dallas Cowboys will place Josh Brent on the reserved non-football injury list. Brent and the team attended a memorial service for Jerry Brown who died following a one-car accident in which Brent was driving. Brent has been charged with intoxication manslaughter.
The move will allow the Cowboys to clear a roster spot and will allow Brent access to the teams facility at Valley...
More so than usual, the Twitter reactions to the Josh Brent intoxication manslaughter were extremely mixed. Most people were completely unsympathetic and were bashing Brent for the horrible decision he made. Take @TallAsIWanna_B for example: Damn Cowboys NT Josh Brent you let dat alcohol f*ck yo life away…. killed yo teammate bru smdh.
Others didn’t put it so nicely, like @nsenatore22...
IRVING, Texas Although Josh Brent won't play for the Dallas Cowboys again this season, he remains part of a franchise that continues to support him.
The 24-year-old nose tackle was placed on the reservenon-football illness list Wednesday, four days after getting into a car accident that killed Cowboys linebacker Jerry Brown, Brent's good friend and passenger in the vehicle...
According to Calvin Watkins of ESPN Dallas, the Cowboys have placed NT Josh Brent on the non-football injury/illness list.
Brent is currently “emotionally unable to play after being charged with intoxication manslaughter,” so this move will allow Dallas to sign a potential replacement while allowing Brent to stay close to the organization that has publicly said that they’ll...
Prior the crash that claimed the life of Dallas Cowboys Jerry Brown, he, along with the driver charged with DUI and manslaughter, Josh Brent, were in attendance at a popular night club with other teammates. This according to a report by USA Today, and seemingly corroborated by Tweets from the promoter of Privae. “These fools [...]
The attorney for Dallas Cowboys Josh Brent is saying the early statements made by an apparent witness after the wreck that took the life of linebacker Jerry Brown is claiming their nature is "defamatory."
George Milner is claiming Stacee McWilliams' statements have what he's calling "inconsistencies" already and that McWilliams admitted...
Dallas Cowboys lineman Josh Brent, charged with intoxication manslaughter in the automobile accident that killed teammate Jerry Brown, had a blood alcohol level of more than twice the legal limit at the time of the crash last week, the Dallas Morning News reported Thursday.
Brent, 25, had a blood alcohol level of 0.18, the paper reported, citing an unnamed law enforcement source...
IRVING, Texas (AP) -- Josh Brent has been placed on the reservenon-football illness list by the Dallas Cowboys, a move that ends his season but allows the defensive tackle to remain with the team.
The move Wednesday came a day after a memorial service for practice squad player Jerry Brown, Brent's close friend who was killed in a car accident when police say Brent was driving...
DALLAS (AP) -- Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Josh Brent is attending the memorial for teammate Jerry Brown, who died in a car accident that led to intoxication manslaughter charges against Brent.
Brent and team owner Jerry Jones were among those arriving at the service for Brown on a chilly Tuesday at Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship in Dallas.
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett says the...
Police in the Dallas suburb where a Cowboys player was killed in a car accident have released audiotapes of two 911 calls reporting the crash.
Defensive tackle Josh Brent faces an intoxicated manslaughter charge in Saturday morning's accident that killed teammate Jerry Brown. Brent is free on bond. Police and prosecutors met Thursday to discuss the case.
Irving police on Thursday...
The first photo (above) have been released of the crash scene which took the life of Dallas Cowboys star Jerry Brown, which got fellow Cowboys star Josh Brent arrested on the scene for intoxication manslaughter.The photo, which was obtained by TMZ, shows the white Mercedes, which they were riding in, flipped upside-down. As reported last weekend, the crash took place in the early...
On the night Jerry Brown was killed in a car crash, he and teammate Josh Brent were among several Dallas Cowboys at the club Privae, according to a USA Today report. The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission and Irving police are investigating the club to see if alcohol was "served to somebody who was intoxicated, which is illegal in Texas," TABC spokeswoman Carolyn Beck...
Jay Ratliff had surgery for a groin injury Thursday in Philly. His season is over and he’ll likely go to IR this week.
— Nick Eatman (@nickeatman) December 13, 2012
According to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com, Cowboys NT Jay Ratliff is expected to miss 3-6 weeks following a sports hernia surgery that he underwent on Thursday morning.
Rapoport adds that it’s...