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Josh Brent retires from the NFL

Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman Josh Brent has decided to retire from the NFL as he faces a trial on charges of intoxication manslaughter.

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Josh Brent sentenced to 10 years' probation

Brent avoided a possible 20-year sentence for a drunk driving accident that killed former Cowboys teammate Jerry Brown.

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Cowboys' Josh Brent retires

The Dallas defensive lineman, awaiting trial for manslaughter, is officially retiring from football.

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Josh Brent released from jail

Josh Brent has been released from jail. He tested positive for marijuana in June, violating the terms of his bond agreement.

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Josh Brent back in jail

The Cowboys nose tackle, awaiting trial for one count of intoxication manslaughter, is back behind bars after failing a drug test.

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Cowboys did not know Brent would be on sidelines

The Dallas Cowboys owner and head coach did not know the former nose tackle would be on the sidelines against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

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Josh Brent's BAC reportedly twice the legal limit

Cowboys lineman Josh Brent allegedly had a blood alcohol level more than twice the legal limit when he crashed his vehicle and killed his teammate and friend Jerry Brown Jr. last Saturday morning.

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Cowboys clear Josh Brent's roster spot

The Dallas Cowboys will clear defensive tackle Josh Brent's roster spot, but the team will still give him access to the team's facilities, according to a report.

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Josh Brent to sit with Brown family at memorial

The Cowboys' defensive tackle is charged with intoxicated manslaughter after a car accident that killed linebacker Jerry Brown.

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Bengals to honor Brown before game

The Cincinnati Bengals will hold a moment of silence for Jerry Brown before Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys.

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Josh Brent: Will live with this 'rest of my life'

The Cowboys nose tackle released a statement on Saturday night after he was charged with manslaughter for allegedly crashing his car while intoxicated, killing his passenger, teammate Jerry Brown.

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Car service could have prevented accident

The NFLPA maintains a transportation service for players to help prevent accidents like the one that killed Jerry Brown.

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Players react to the death of teammate Jerry Brown

Members of the Cowboys and the Illinois community have taken to Twitter to express their condolences on the death of Jerry Brown, who was killed in an accident in which teammate Josh Brent was allegedly drinking and driving.

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Jerry Jones, Cowboys 'deeply saddened'

Jerry Jones and the Dallas Cowboys are "deeply saddened" over the death of linebacker Jerry Brown.

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Josh Brent failed field sobriety test at scene

Josh Brent failed a field sobriety test at the scene of a car accident that killed his teammate, Jerry Brown.

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Josh Brent driver in accident that killed teammate

Cowboys nose tackle Josh Brent was reportedly driving the car that was involved in an accident that killed teammate Jerry Brown.

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Cowboys LB Jerry Brown passes away

Dallas Cowboys linebacker Jerry Brown passed away Saturday.

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Josh Brent charged with intoxication manslaughter

Josh Brent, starting nose tackle for the Dallas Cowboys, has been charged with intoxication manslaughter after an incident on Saturday.

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