JOSH BRENT RUMORS & GOSSIP
OXNARD, Calif. - Josh Brent is scheduled to meet with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on Thursday, according to Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, who said his team will create a roster spot for Brent when he is cleared to return to football.
"We will," Jones said. "We will make a roster spot."
Brent, a defensive tackle who had been on the verge of developing into a starter, served a 180...
Well, it took all of 24 hours after the Cowboys released Kyle Orton for the rumors to start flying about what they might do to fill the roster spot opened up. If word on Twitter is to be believed, the Cowboys may very well use that roster spot to sign DT Josh Brent.
You might remember Brent as the young player who was charged with intoxication manslaughter after wrecking his car...
As you’ve likely already heard, former Cowboy defensive tackle Josh Brent was released from jail on Sunday. He has completed the 180-day sentence he received for the DUI-related death of teammate Jerry Brown. He will now enter a rehab facility for 45 days, which puts his availability right at the beginning of August.There is no word yet on where the league stands on allowing Brent’s...
Former Dallas Cowboys player Josh Brent was let out of jail on Sunday reports the Dallas Morning News. Brent had been in jail following his conviction for a drunken car crash that killed his friend and teammate, Jerry Brown. He had been sentenced to 180 days in jail and 10 years’ probation. While Brent retired from the NFL last year the Cowboys recently did not rule out re-signing...
GRAPEVINE, Texas -- Former Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Josh Brent is scheduled to be released from jail within the next two months.
During the team's annual golf outing on Tuesday, Cowboys chief operating officer Stephen Jones said the franchise wouldn't rule out bringing the 26-year-old back.
"We'll certainly look at that," Jones said. "The league will have a big say in when...
Josh Brent (Photo credit: L.M. Otero/AP)
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The Dallas Cowboys organization has stood behind Josh Brent since the car crash that took the life of practice squad player Jerry Brown Jr. Now that Brent has been found guilty of intoxication manslaughter, they might want to rethink their stance.
At one point it seemed plausible that Brent could return to the Cowboys' fold after letting the legal system run its course. But the facts...
I hope Josh Brent truly realizes the break he caught from a Dallas County jury Friday. There was plenty of evidence to suggest Brent deserved serious jail time after being convicted of intoxication manslaughter.
It was a horrific accident that took the life of Brent's close friend and Cowboys teammate, Jerry Brown Jr. But it wasn't out of character for Brent to chug alcohol and then...
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Former Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Josh Brent's case in a fatal wreck that left his close friend and teammate dead will soon head to a jury, after his attorneys finished their case in one day, arguing again that he wasn't drunk during the crash.
Brent's defense called several witnesses Friday to make the case they laid out from the very beginning: The blood tests implicating...
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January 17, 2014