Josh Brent, Cowboys DT, went back to practice with the team. Many sports betting software fans believe that now Dallas will receive a very big boost, and can’t wait to see him back in action.
This proves to be the first time that the player goes back to practice since he suffered a drunken-driving accident in 2012 where Jerry Brown – his teammate – was killed in an incident that many fans are not ready to forget any time soon. Sources report that the player also signed an extension of one year with the team, which will see him play with the Cowboys through the season of 2015.
Brent was suspended for 10 meetings by the NFL, and the player made an immediate appeal to his ban from the sport. The first game for which Brent will be entitled to play will be when the Cowboys take on the Giants on November 23, and many experts believe that the player could seriously help out Dallas when he returns to the team.
“It’s going to be big for us,” said CB Brandon Carr earlier during the week, according to sources. “From what I remember before he left the game, he was on his way to being one of the dominant defensive linemen in the game. Hopefully by getting him back sooner than later, he’s getting acclimated back to the game, just back to the pace of the game, to the locker room, to everything, just life with football again.”
Brent’s fans remember very well that the last time that the player hit the field was on December 2, 2010, when the Cowboys faced the Eagles, and this game took place exactly six days prior to the accident.
A prison sentence of 10 years ended being suspended, and the time spent by Brent in prison was 180 days.
DE DeMarcus Lawrence was also activated by Dallas, as the player was out of the game due to an injury to the foot – something that many experts feared could prove to be a big blow to the team.
Many sports betting software fans saw how controversial the incident was, and everything that ensued, but hope that things have settled down regarding what happened in the past. If the Cowboys decided to put the player back in their ranks, it must for a reason, and hopefully the team will benefit greatly with the player’s return to action.