Josh Price-Brent

DL / Dallas Cowboys / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None Bye 6,18,19,20,21

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  • by R.J. White |

    Cowboys' Anthony Hitchens, Tyrone Crawford active vs. Lions

    Cowboys linebacker Anthony Hitchens (ankle) and defensive tackle Tyrone Crawford (illness) are active for Sunday's Wild Card game against the Lions after both players were listed as questionable to play. Hitchens has been dealing with a right high ankle sprain, while Crawford suffered an allergic reaction, putting his status in doubt Sunday. The team had nine players listed as probable for the first-round playoff matchup, and all are active, including quarterback Tony Romo (back), running back DeMarco Murray (hand), guard Zack Martin (ankle), defensive tackles Josh Brent (calf) and Nick Hayden (shoulder), linebackers Bruce Carter (knee) and Rolando McClain (knee, illness) and safeties Jeff Heath (thumb) and C.J. Spillman (groin). Dallas is a 6-point favorite at home against Detroit.

  • by Sean d'Oliveira |

    Cowboys announce Week 17 inactives

    The Cowboys listed the following players as inactive for Week 17's game against the Redskins: Dustin Vaughan, Jakar Hamilton, Rolando McClain, Dekoda Watson, Doug Free, Donald Hawkins and Josh Brent.

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    RT Doug Free (ankle) among Cowboys' inactives

    Starting right tackle Doug Free (ankle) heads the Cowboys' list of inactives for Sunday's showdown against the Colts. Also sitting out are quarterback Dustin Vaughan, defensive back Jakar Hamilton, linebacker Dekoda Watson (hamstring), offensive tackle Tony Hills, offensive tackle Donald Hawkins, defensive end Kenneth Boatright and defensive tackle Josh Brent. According to NFL Network, Free has a stress fracture in his foot. Jermey Parnell will start in his place.

  • by Igor Mello |

    Cowboys unveil lengthy injury report for Colts game

    The Cowboys have listed 11 players on its final injury report for Sunday's game against Indianapolis. Defensive tackle Josh Brent (calf, personal) and outside linebacker Dekoda Watson (hamstring) were ruled out for the game. Tackle Doug Free (ankle) is doubtful, and guard Zack Martin (ankle) and running back DeMarco Murray (hand) are questionable. Meanwhile, the following players were labeled probable: Strong safety Jeff Heath (thumb), middle linebacker Rolando McClain (knee), defensive back Tyler Patmon (knee, ankle), quarterback Tony Romo (back), defensive end George Selvie (thumb) and quarterback Brandon Weeden (personal).

  • by R.J. White |

    Cowboys list Week 15 inactives vs. Eagles

    The Cowboys have listed the following players as inactive for Sunday night's Week 15 game against the Eagles: defensive tackle Josh Brent (calf), linebacker Dekoda Watson (hamstring), quarterback Dustin Vaughan, tackles Tony Hills and Donald Hawkins, defensive end Kenneth Boatright and defensive back Jakar Hamilton. Heath was doubtful to play Sunday while Watson had previously been ruled out. The team will have all seven players listed as probable active, including quarterback Tony Romo (back), linebacker Rolando McClain (knee), cornerback Tyler Patmon (knee, ankle), safety Jeff Heath (thumb) and defensive ends Demarcus Lawrence (chest), Jeremy Mincey (not injury related) and George Selvie (thumb).

  • by Igor Mello |

    Cowboys DT Josh Brent skips trip to Philadelphia

    Cowboys defensive tackle Josh Brent did not make the flight to Philadelphia on Saturday and has been ruled out for Sunday's divisional clash against the Eagles, per the Star-Telegram. Brent is nursing a calf injury and was designated as doubtful leading up to the game. He has appeared in only one game this season.

  • by Igor Mello |

    Tony Romo (back) among Cowboys probables for Week 15

    The Cowboys enter Week 15 relatively healthy with seven of nine players on its final injury report deemed probable for Sunday's game against Philadelphia. Those players include safety Jeff Heath (thumb), defensive lineman DeMarcus Lawrence (chest), linebacker Rolando McClain (knee), defensive end Jeremy Mincey (personal), defensive back Tyler Patmon (knee, ankle), quarterback Tony Romo (back) and defensive end George Selvie (thumb). Linebacker Dekoda Watson (hamstring) was ruled out and defensive tackle Josh Brent (calf) was deemed as doubtful.

  • by Marty Gitlin |

    Cowboys DT Josh Brent a no-go Thursday

    A calf ailment has Cowboys defensive tackle Josh Brent sidelined from Thursday practice. Brent received his first significant playing time this season last week against Chicago. It remains to be seen if he plays Sunday at Philadelphia as Dallas seeks to clinch the division championship.

  • by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer

    Josh Brent sentenced to 180 days in jail, probation

    Former Cowboys defensive tackle Josh Brent was given a 10-year suspended sentence along with probation and 180 days in jail Friday. On Wednesday a jury found Brent, who was driving a car when friend and former teammate Jerry Brown was killed over a year ago, guilty of intoxication manslaughter. He was sentenced to 10 years in prison but was given a suspended sentence, which means 10 years of probation. As a result of Texas law, Brent has to spend 180 days in jail because of the probation.Brown's family and friends were apparently "relieved" with the sentence, because it means relatively little jail time for the former NFL player. It's unclear if Brent will ever attempt to rejoin the NFL; he'll likely face a suspension from the league if he ever does. It's possible that his time spent in jail will cover any suspension he might face.Brent would likely have to apply for reinstatement to the NFL after retiring in July. Brent could've recieved up to 20 years in prison for his conviction.

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Josh Brent found guilty of intoxication manslaughter

    A Dallas County jury found former Cowboys defensive tackle Josh Brent guilty of intoxication manslaughter in the crash that killed teammate Jerry Brown. Brent faces up to 20 years in prison when the sentencing phase begins Thursday.

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