Josh Brent, the Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman charged with intoxication manslaughter for his involvement in a car accident that killed his close friend and teammate Jerry Brown, is scheduled to begin his trial on Sept. 23.
Despite the Cowboys’ show of support, it’s hard to imagine they’d let him suit up for a game without having his trial completed.
It was a quiet walk through the courthouse on Thursday for Dallas Cowboys nose tackle Josh Brent, as he headed to a meeting with his defense attorneys and prosecutors.
It’s a score the Dallas Cowboys would rather not keep track of: two players in six weeks accused in DWI crashes.
The Dallas Cowboys and Rob Ryan have ended their relationship, one that was short but never dull.
The Dallas County Medical Examiner’s Office has completed and released the autopsy results on Dallas Cowboys practice squad member Jerry Brown Jr., who was killed in a December 8 crash along Highway 114 in Irving.
Cowboys Defensive Lineman Josh Brent has officially been indicted by a Dallas County grand jury, charged with Intoxication Manslaughter in the December 8 crash that killed teammate Jerry Brown.
The presence of Josh Brent on the Cowboys sideline during Sunday’s game was a surprise to team officials. And as Dallas radio station 105.3 The Fan reported on Monday, it is a surprise that will not repeat itself.
A Dallas judge modified the bond conditions of Dallas Cowboys nose tackle Josh Brent during a court appearance on Tuesday morning. Brent’s bond was reduced from $500,000 to $100,000.
Besides the win, the most talked about part of the Cowboys game was Josh Brent’s appearance on the sideline, about one week after he was charged with intoxicated manslaughter in the crash that killed fellow Cowboy Jerry Brown Jr.
Dallas Cowboys nose tackle Josh Brent was on the sideline with his teammates Sunday, a week after a fatal accident that killed a practice squad member.
A witness to the deadly crash that killed a Dallas Cowboys player and left a teammate facing criminal charges says he saw the car skidding down the highway on its roof after hitting a curb.
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