|Josh Brent. (USATSI)|
Police documents show Cowboys nose tackle Josh Brent was driving at least 110 mph and could have been driving 134 mph at some points before he lost control of his Mercedes in the accident that killed teammate Jerry Brown, according to NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth.
The station obtained documents stating three different surveillance cameras captured the car. Police earlier said Brown's blood-alcohol level was .189, more than twice Texas' legal limit of .08.
The station reported Brent and some teammates went to Eddie V's restaurant and Beamers Nightclub, and that surveillance video shows Brent leaving the club about 2 a.m.
Brent, who had a DUI arrest in 2009, was speeding on State Highway 114 in Irving, Texas, when he hit a curb, police said. His four-door Mercedes S600 flipped at least once and slid down the road on its roof, police said. The crash killed Brown, 25, who was in the passenger seat.
Prosecutors charged Brent with intoxication manslaughter. Brown's mother has publicly forgiven Brent, saying she doesn't want him prosecuted. Brown, a practice-squad linebacker, and Brent were close friends.
Brent, 25, started five games for the Cowboys last season before being barred from the sideline following the accident.
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