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The Dallas Cowboys will not cut Josh Brent even as the NT was sent to jail on Thursday for his second failed drug test.
Brent was charged with the drunk driving and testing positive for marijuana during an automobile accident that killed teammate Jerry Brown last season. Brent is still awaiting trail on those charges.
The Cowboys are not paying Brent anything at this point and the NFL seems certain to suspend him for a year even if he jail time for the death of ball. ESPN’s Ed Werder reported two weeks ago that the Cowboys were holding out hope that Brent would one day be able to help them on the football field.
Brent appeared in 39 games with the Cowboys from 2010 though 2012.
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Even though defensive tackle Josh Brent is back in jail for failing a second drug test, the Dallas Cowboys don’t plan on cutting him, according to Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
They are waiting for nfl to suspend josh Brent . No plans to cut him
— Clarence Hill (@clarencehilljr) June 27, 2013
I still don’t understand why the Cowboys are holding onto Brent...
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Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Josh Brent still remains a Cowboy after failing yet another drug test. He was sent back to jail Thursday after the test detected another positive for marijuana, having also failed a test earlier this month as he awaits his trial for the car accident that killed teammate Jerry Brown.
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