The Dallas Cowboys opened their off-season workout program at Valley Ranch on Monday, and conspicuous in his absence was defensive tackle Josh Brent, who is facing intoxication manslaughter charges.
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.
“Having recently experienced the most tragic of circumstances regarding this issue, we, as an organization, understand the ultimate consequences of driving while impaired. We know that one incident is too many.” said a statement from the Dallas Cowboys.
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