Don’t Drink & Drive!
Two Dallas Cowboys players have been arrested on DWI charges in the past month. Each arrest involved a late-night car wreck.
One of those players, Josh Brent, faces manslaughter charges because his passenger and teammate (and apparently best pal) Jerry Brown died in the accident. The other, former Pro Bowler Jay Ratliff, was reportedly belligerent and uncooperative with police.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) has seen enough and are ready to step in and take action, according to the Dallas Morning News:
Mothers Against Drunk Driving is talking with the Dallas Cowboys about how to raise team awareness about the consequences of driving drunk, including the recent death of one player and the arrests of two others.
Debbie Weir, the Irving-based organization’s chief executive officer, has arranged to meet with team officials after next month’s Super Bowl to discuss the possibility of such a program, said Jeff Miracle, director of the North Texas chapter of M...