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Former Dallas Cowboys tackle Josh Brent was released from jail Sunday after he was convicted for a drunken automobile crash that killed a teammate.

The sentence is set for former Dallas Cowboy Josh Brent: He'll serve 180 days of jail and 10 years of probation, and pay a $10,000 fine for intoxication manslaughter in the December 2012 death of teammate Jerry Brown Jr.

Brent and Brown were heading home from a nightclub, where they had partied with other Cowboy players, when Brent lost control of his Mercedes. He was found to have a blood-alcohol level more than twice the legal limit.

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A Dallas jury has convicted former Cowboys player Josh Brent of intoxication manslaughter in a wreck that killed a teammate.
The jury on Wednesday found Brent guilty in a December 2012 wreck in suburban Dallas that killed Cowboys practice squad player Jerry Brown, who was Brent's close friend and also his college teammate.

Dallas County prosecutors say Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Josh Brent has tested positive for marijuana and they want his $100,000 bond revoked.

Irving Police Department

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Irving police have released two 911 calls and a video from early Saturday morning when Dallas Cowboys lineman Josh Brent flipped his 2007 Mercedes in a crash that killed his practice squad teammate Jerry Brown.