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In the wake of the second tragedy in as many weeks for the NFL, players past and present are being quite candid in their reactions to Jerry Brown‘s death.
After Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman Josh Brent was arrested for driving drunk and crashing his car — killing Brown in the process — a surprising number of NFLers have come forward to admit that DUIs are all too common.
“We’ve all done it,” veteran Chargers linebacker Takeo Spikes told the USA Today. “But it’s to a point now where maybe you were ignorant and didn’t know any better or felt you were invincible. We’ve had enough of death to show us this is what you do not do. It’s bigger than you. Somebody else is always affected.”
Steelers linebacker Larry Foote agreed with Spikes’ take, admitting that he too has driven under the influence in the past.
“Alcohol is nobody’s friend,” Foote declared. “The last two weeks there’s been two deaths in this league because of alcohol. Guys have to grow up, mature and understand tha
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Dallas Cowboys nose tackle Josh Brent walked out of jail Sunday after posting $500,000 bond. He’s a free man for now, after being charged with intoxication manslaughter following the death of Cowboys’ teammate Jerry Brown, who was a passenger in his car that wrecked. “Jerry Brown was my very best friend and I'm just trying to deal with his death right now,” said a...
Tragedy has once again struck the NFL this morning.In the early hours of 12/8, Cowboys defensive tackle Josh Brent was the driver of the vehicle which was involved in an accident which flipped the car, killing fellow teammate, and old friend from college, Jerry Brown.Brent has been charged with intoxication manslaughter in Brown's death."Officers who were at the scene believed...
A witness to the car accident that killed Dallas Cowboys player Jerry Brown Jr. said she had to beg Cowboys lineman Josh Brent to pull his friend from the burning car.
In a video posted on dallasnews.com, Stacee McWilliams said she arrived on the scene to find Brent pacing on the side of the road while Brown was calling from the overturned, burning 2007 Mercedes.
The Dallas Cowboys invited Josh Brent to Tuesday's private memorial service for linebacker Jerry Brown. Brown was killed while riding in Brent's car early Saturday morning after a crash. Brent has since been released on $500,000 bail after being charged with intoxication manslaughter. The two roomed together at the University of Illinois and were best friends on the Cowboys...
Dallas Cowboys nose tackle Josh Brent was arrested early Saturday morning for intoxication manslaughter after he was involved in an accident that took teammate Jerry Brown’s life.
According to Irving police, Brent’s car was traveling at a high rate of speed on a State Highway 114 service road before it hit the outside curb at approximately 2:30 a.m. The car flipped at least one...
Dallas Cowboys practice squad linebacker Jerry Brown was killed in a car crash early Saturday morning, and his former teammate, nose tackle Josh Brent (pictured), was arrested and charged with intoxicated manslaughter as the driver during the incident.
Police say the accident occurred around 2:20 a.m. Saturday in Irving. Brent reportedly was speeding when his car hit a curb and flipped...
Dallas Cowboys practice squad member Jerry Brown was killed in a car crash early Saturday morning in which teammate Josh Brent was at the wheel. As a result the defensive tackle Brent was booked on intoxication manslaughter charges according to the Irving Police Department via NFL Network reporter Ian Rapoport on Twitter: RT @nfl_atl: Cowboys [...]
Jerry Brown, a defensive back on the Dallas Cowboys was killed in a car accident Saturday morning.
Police have arrested his teammate, Josh Brent in regards to the incident.
Brent, has been charged with intoxication manslaughter.
Brent was driving above the speed limit early Saturday, with Brown a passenger, when the vehicle hit a curb and flipped at least once, according to Irving...
Josh Brent and Jerry Brown met in college, forming a close, unshakeable bond. Having realized his NFL dream, Brent was trying to help his roommate do the same.
But Brent wasn't starting on Dallas' defensive line when the Cowboys kicked off in Cincinnati on Sunday. He was in jail, accused of driving drunk and causing a fatal accident that killed Brown, an expectant father...
Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Josh Brent, facing DUI manslaughter charges, released a statement through his agent Saturday night.
"I am devastated and filled with grief," Brent said in the statement. "Filled with grief for the loss of my close friend and teammate, Jerry Brown. I am also grief-stricken for his family, friends and all who were blessed enough to have...