• Cowboys’ Josh Brent announces retirement

    Summary of 13 articles · Updated Jul 20, 2013
    • Six current and former Cowboys appear on witness list for Josh Brent trial

      At some point before former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez has his day in court, former Cowboys defensive lineman Josh Brent will stand trial for intoxication manslaughter. The charges arise from the death of former teammate Jerry Brown, who was kil…
    • Sports Briefing | Football: Cowboys Players Could Be Witnesses in Brent’s Trial

      Six current or former Dallas Cowboys players have been listed by prosecutors as potential witnesses for the intoxication manslaughter trial of the former lineman Josh Brent.
      Source: nytimes.com
    • Current, ex-Cowboys possible Brent witnesses

      Six current or former Dallas Cowboys players have been listed by prosecutors as potential witnesses for the intoxication manslaughter trial of former lineman Josh Brent.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Judge in Brent case tells lawyers: Watch words

      Six current or former Dallas Cowboys players are on prosecutors' witness list for the intoxication manslaughter trial of former lineman Josh Brent.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Judge in Josh Brent case tells lawyers to watch their words

      As former (for now) Cowboys defensive lineman Josh Brent awaits trial on intoxication manslaughter charges, the presiding judge has offered some friendly advice to the lawyers involved. Watch what you say. Though a formal gag order wasn’t issued, the As…
    • The Cowboys announced that Josh Brent, who's awaiting trial for intoxication manslaughter because of

      The Cowboys announced that Josh Brent, who's awaiting trial for intoxication manslaughter because of a car crash that killed a teammate, has retired. [Dallas Morning News] Read more...
      Source: deadspin.com
    • Cowboys Defensive Tackle Brent, Charged in Fatal Crash, Retires

      Josh Brent, 25, said “doing the right things in life” was more important as he prepared to defend himself against a manslaughter charge in a drunken-driving crash.
      Source: nytimes.com
    • Cowboys' Josh Brent, facing charge, retires

      Defensive tackle Josh Brent, facing an intoxication manslaughter charge, retired Thursday, the Dallas Cowboys announced. Brent was involved in a car wreck in December in which practice squad linebacker Jerry Brown was killed. Brent's blood alcohol level…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Josh Brent is ‘retiring’ to concentrate on off-field priorities

      To say Josh Brent "retired" from the NFL seems a bit misplaced for a 25-year-old player who spent three mediocre seasons in the NFL and leaves in shame. But either way, the Dallas Cowboys' defensive lineman is done with football as he concentr…
      Source: yahoo.com
  • T.J. Ward has a lot to play for in 2013; Cowboys' Josh Brent retires: Cleveland Browns and NFL P.M. Links

    T.J. Ward, the hard-hitting Browns safety, wants to prove he can stay healthy and productive as he enters his contract year.
    Source: cleveland.com
  • “Retirement” becoming the new strategy for avoiding suspensions

    Retirement has become the latest trend for troubled NFL players who face the wrath of Commissioner Roger Goodell. The latest player to exercise the NFL equivalent of quitting in lieu of being fired is Cowboys defensive lineman Josh Brent. As pointed out…

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Cowboys’ Josh Brent announces retirement
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“Retirement” becoming the new strategy for avoiding suspensions
Josh Brent is ‘retiring’ to concentrate on off-field priorities
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