Former Cowboys DT Josh Brent has been convicted of intoxication manslaughter.
Cowboys NT Josh Brent is retiring from the NFL after three seasons to focus on his off-the-field issues.
Cowboys NT Josh Brent's status on the roster is expected to be determined before the team travels to Oxnard, California for training camp next week.
Cowboys NT Josh Brent was released from jail on Sunday morning.
The lawyers for Cowboys NT Josh Brent are requesting Dallas district attorney Craig Watkins restrict his public comments to what are "ethically permissible" in Brent's intoxicated manslaughter case.
The Dallas County district attorney plans to seek jail time in Cowboys NT Josh Brent's intoxicated manslaughter case.
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports the Cowboys have no plans to cut NT Josh Brent.
Cowboys NT Josh Brent tested positive for marijuana and is back in jail.
According to ESPN's Ed Werder, the Cowboys still believe that NT Josh Brent will contribute on the field one day.
Cowboys NT Josh Brent has reportedly tested positive for marijuana as he awaits trial for the deadly car crash that killed teammate Jerry Brown.
Cowboys NT Josh Brent will attend a Friday morning court hearing to determine if he violated the terms of his release.
Cowboys NT Josh Brent hasn't been officially barred from offseason workouts, but has been asked to stay away by the team.
Cowboys NT Josh Brent's trial on intoxication manslaughter charges is set for September 23.
Cowboys NT Josh Brent has yet to hear from the league on a possible suspension following his December arrest for intoxication manslaughter.