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Support for Brent From Someone Who Knows

Sporting News

For some, the sight of Josh Brent standing on the sidelines was just too much to bear. Barely eight days had passed since he had been jailed on intoxication manslaughter charges for the vehicular accident that killed Jerry Brown, his Dallas Cowboys teammate, and now there Brent stood in his official team sweats, smiling slightly amidst the giddy excitement of a playoff race.

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