Show of Support: Cowboys' Brent on Sideline

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ARLINGTON, Texas -- It was an image more stunning than Dez Bryant playing with a broken finger or Ben Roethlisberger using a pump-spin to set up a sweet touchdown pass.


Josh Brent, standing on the Dallas Cowboys sideline.


This is the man who was behind the wheel during the alcohol-related crash not far from MADD headquarters last weekend that cost practice squad linebacker Jerry Brown his life.


SOLIDARITY: Brent joins Cowboys on sideline


Yet there he was during Sunday's game at Cowboys Stadium, dressed in a team-issued sweat jacket and ball cap, still a card-carrying member of the team that wore No. 53 decals on their helmets and also honored Brown with a pre-game moment of silence.

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