Found June 27, 2013 on Sports-Glory:

Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman Josh Brent is in jail after his second positive drug test leading to speculation that his days with the team may soon end. Brent has been out on bail after being charged with intoxicated manslaughter after getting in a car accident that killed his friend and teammate Jeremy Brown.


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Josh Brent jailed for failed drug test, Cowboys have no plans to cut him

credit: getty images 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...

Josh Brent could be done from NFL

@AdamSchefter: Cowboys DT Josh Brent booked into Dallas’ Lew Sterrett Justice Center on Thursday after another positive drug test. This does not bode well for the massive Defensive Tackle.

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Cowboys reported still won’t cut Josh Brent

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...

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 Cowboys haven’t released him yet, he is still finding ways to screw up. #DallasCowboys #JoshBrent failed drug tests last month and again on June 19th, judge ordered him...

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Cowboys NT Josh Brent Arrested For Another Failed Drug Test

NBC 5 Dallas reports that Cowboys NT Josh Brent tested positive again for marijuana and is back in jail. Brent, 25, tested for marijuana on June 19 and on June 25, according to court documents. He has been denied bond. Brent was previously arrested on a intoxication manslaughter charge that resulted in the death of his teammate and best friend Jerry Brown Jr. Brent’s next...

Cowboys Josh Brent jailed on drug charges

DALLAS -- Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman Josh Brent was booked into the Dallas County Jail on Thursday afternoon after allegedly failing a second drug test while awaiting trial on intoxication manslaughter charges in the death of his teammate and friend Jerry Brown Jr. has learned that Brent failed the second test on June 19 just two days before he was...

DEVELOPING: Josh Brent Can't Keep It Straight

According to WFAA-TV's Eric Valadez, through his Twitter, the Cowboys' Josh Brent failed a second drug test while waiting for bond to be revoked for 1st violation... Brent failed the second drug test for marijuana, according to court documents. He is currently back in jail. Brent tested positive for marijuana on June 19th, according to court records. Test results were...

Tony Romo: The Cowboys Roster is One of the Most Complete I’ve Ever Seen

  I respect what Tony Romo is doing, but after year and years of mediocrity in Dallas (in terms of team success)  I just don’t care. He is the quarterback and the quarterback’s job is to lead by default, so take these comments with a grain of salt. Romo was talking about the Cowboys roster [...]

Dallas Cowboys: It is time for Josh Brent to go

  Dallas Cowboys was arrested again on Thursday after he tested positive for marijuana for the second time since being released on bond. Brent has been out on bail since being charged with intoxicated vehicular manslaughter, stemming from a car crash that killed teammate Jerry Brown. This was his second failed test since being out on bond, with the first coming in May on another...

Should Cowboys follow Patriots' lead with Brent?

IRVING, Texas You think the Dallas Cowboys should cut Josh Brent as he awaits his September trial on intoxication manslaughter charges? Fine. There are any number of justifiable reasons to do so, including sending a moral and ethical "tough-on-criminal-stupidity'' message through the locker room and through the fan base. You think the Cowboys should cut Josh Brent...
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