Found December 18, 2012 on Online Sports Guys:
PLAYERS: Josh Brent
TEAMS: Dallas Cowboys
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((HT: WFAA-TV)) In addition to the shock and surprise by the head coach at seeing Josh Brent on the sidelines last Sunday- despite it being voted on by his players, now the Dallas Cowboys player charged in the death of a teammate now wears a bracelet that determines his alcohol intake... Interesting to see if it will work on a 6-4, 320 pounder... Rebecca Lopez has the details... Brent is now barred from the sidelines for the forseeable future, and the quote from his attorney, George Milner, is priceless: “I don't understand why anyone cares about that," he said... Really... that's what he said... And, for those of you who care, Brent's bond was lowered to $100,000...
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