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Just eight days after being charged with intoxication manslaughter, an offense for which he could receive up to 20 years in prison, and which took the life of Cowboys linebacker Jerry Brown, Josh Brent was on the Cowboys sidelines for their match-up with the Pittsburgh Steelers. At the time of the crash police say that Josh was twice over the legal limit for blood alcohol content. I understand the want for the Cowboys to stand behind their player, but having Brent on the sidelines seemed quite inappropriate and in poor taste. Article found on: Cosby Sweaters
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The mother of deceased Dallas Cowboys LB Jerry Brown, Jr. has forgiven Josh Brent, the teammate who has been charged with intoxication manslaughter in Brown's death.
In a report by WFAA-TV, Stacey Jackson said she does not want Brent prosecuted for the death of her son.
"I've forgiven him, because he has enough on his plate with just reliving the whole thing over and...
IRVING, Texas The presence of Josh Brent on the Dallas Cowboys sideline during Sundays game was a surprise to team officials. But it is a surprise that will not repeat itself.
The Cowboys have banned Brent from joining his teammates on the sidelines for any the team's remaining regular-season games, Dallas radio station 105.3 The Fan reported on Monday.
Brent -- on the NFL...
The Dallas Cowboys will honor Jerry Brown Jr. on Sunday by wearing a special sticker on their helmets when they take on the Pittsburgh Steelers, NFL.com confirms Saturday.
The Dallas Morning News reported on Friday that the team sent in a request to the league asking for permission to honor the linebacker who tragically lost his life last Saturday in a fatal car accident.
In light of what happened Friday morning in Newtown, Conn., I had a tough time mustering too much indignation over Cowboys nose tackle Josh Brent showing up on the sideline of a nationally televised game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. It was certainly inappropriate that a player accused of intoxication manslaughter related to the death of his teammate and close friend Jerry Brown...
Dallas Cowboys nose tackle Josh Brent will no longer be allowed on the Dallas Cowboys' sideline, team and league sources told ESPN.com Tuesday. Brent, who is on the reserve/non-football injury list after being charged with intoxication manslaughter in the crash that killed teammate Jerry Brown two weeks, was on the sideline for Sunday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers...
Friends, family, teammates and members of the community filled a church to say goodbye to former Dallas Cowboys linebacker Jerry Brown Jr.
He was remembered Saturday morning for his religious beliefs, sense of humor, physical presence and his lifelong desire to play in the NFL.
His casket was Cowboys grey with the team's star logo on the inside. His No. 53 Cowboys framed jersey...
Josh Brent appeared on the sidelines during the Cowboys game on Sunday. Eight days ago Brent was charged with intoxication manslaughter, after an accident took the life of teammate Jerry Brown.
The Cowboys told announcers Jim Nantz and Phil Simms that Brent was at the game as a sign of support for the player.
It did raise some eyebrows though.
“Am I the only one that is wondering...
The mother of deceased Dallas Cowboys LB Jerry Brown, Jr. has
forgiven Josh Brent, the teammate who has been charged with
intoxication manslaughter in Brown's death.
Josh Brent‘s presence on the Cowboys’ sideline Sunday took some fans by surprise, but owner Jerry Jones and head coach Jason Garrett are standing by the team’s decision.
Brent, who is facing an intoxication manslaughter charge following the accident that killed teammate Jerry Brown on Dec. 8, was released on $500,000 bail. The Cowboys tackle has since been placed on the reserve...
ARLINGTON, Texas Since the loss of a teammate two weekends ago, the Cowboys have looked like a different team. A better team.
Last week's dramatic win over the Bengals was obviously fueled by emotion. The feelings were still raw, with Jerry Brown, Jr. having died less than 48 hours earlier.
That type of emotion is like high-octane fuel, it burns fast. What we saw from the...
Josh Brent‘s presence on the Cowboys’ sideline during Sunday’s game against the Steelers rubbed some people the wrong way. Now, the team and the league are reportedly taking action.
According to ESPN’s Ed Werder, the Cowboys and the NFL agree that it was inappropriate for Brent to be on the sideline Sunday, and the nose tackle will not be permitted to be on the sideline going...
On the day the Dallas Cowboys paid tribute to the fallen Jerry Brown with a No. 53 decal on the back of helmets and held a moment of silence before the game, Josh Brent was invited to join the team on the sideline Sunday as if he’s done no wrong.
There’s a side of me that just didn’t feel right about him being present. There’s a side of me that feels this was wrong, though...
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and coach Jason Garrett were unaware that Josh Brent was even on the sidelines at the start of their game against the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday. Brent, who was reluctant to be there, left in the third quarter as his presence began a debate on national television. A week and a … Continue reading »