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Cowboys defensive lineman Josh Brent was arrested and put in jail last week for failing a drug test.
According to ESPNDallas.com, Brent was released from jail on Sunday morning.
Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Josh Brent was released from jail Sunday morning, 11 days after he returned to Dallas County’s custody due to violating terms of his pretrial release by allegedly testing positive for marijuana twice.
A Dallas County Sheriff’s Department spokeswoman said Brent was released at 10:21 a.m. due to a court order. The reasoning of the court order was not immediately clear.
Brent still face charges of intoxication manslaughter after wrecking his car and killing his friend Jerry Brown Jr. while driving drunk last year.
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Even while remaining on the Cowboys roster, the earliest Brent could possibly play a down would be the 2014 season.
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Cowboys lineman Josh Brent has been released from jail, where he
landed after testing positive for drugs while free on an
intoxication manslaughter charge.
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