Cowboys defensive tackle Josh Brent announced in a prepared statement that he is retiring from football to focus on the priorities of his life.
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The NFL could decide in the coming weeks whether Cowboys NT Josh Brent, who was charged with intoxication manslaughter in December, will be eligible to play in 2013.
Josh Brent was released from jail on Sunday after a court order freed him from a June 27 jailing.
In a recent radio interview, Dallas County District Attorney Craig Watkins accused Josh Brent of still using 'alcohol and illicit drugs,' and he wants him jailed for an automobile crash that killed Cowboys teammate Jerry Brown.
Cowboys defensive tackle Josh Brent is behind bars after failing a second marijuana test, according to a report. Brent had been out on bail awaiting trial on intoxication manslaughter charges.
Anthony Hargrove missed the 2012 season in part because of a suspension related to the Saints' bounty scandal. His comeback attempt was derailed Thursday when he was released by the Cowboys.
Dallas prosecutors are asking that Josh Brent's $100,000 bond be revoked after the Cowboys defensive tackle tested positive for marijuana.
Cowboys defensive tackle Josh Brent, who's awaiting trial on intoxication manslaughter, set off an alcohol-monitoring device, prosecutors said. A judge on Friday ordered extra alcohol monitoring but did not raise Brent's $100,000 bond.
Josh Brent won't play for the Cowboys in 2013, according to 'The Dallas Morning News.' Brent was involved in a fatal car accident last year in which teammate Jerry Brown died.

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