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Tony Romo threw a terrible interception yesterday, one that effectively ended the Dallas Cowboys’ season. It was a very Tony Romo thing to do, a facepalm-worthy play in the game’s most crucial moment. But this is like kicking a dead horse these days, a horrible song on repeat. So really, there’s no better thing to do than point and laugh. And oh how Twitter pointed, and laughed.
Yeah, usually we start with an overall recap of the previous night in sports (that’s still coming later), but sometimes, exceptions must be made. Thanks to Tony Romo, this is such a time. Because, well, did you see that interception?
Jeremy Lin, Les Miles, Jerry Jones, And Mike Trout Were Responsible For The 4 Best Sports Moments Of 2012
It’s the end of the year here at SportsGrid, and everywhere else. Lots of other websites are making “best X of the year” posts, so we’ve decided to jump aboard that train, briefly. Except our moments aren’t particularly best or most important or most anything. But they all possess some particular significance, to someone, and we think that’s important to talk about. We’ve also only done four, because five is so two thousand and late. That’s how it goes, right?
Cowboys’ Josh Brent Indicted On One Count Of Intoxication Manslaughter In Death Of Teammate Jerry Brown
Earlier this month, Cowboys defensive tackle Josh Brent killed practice squad teammate and friend Jerry Brown in a one-car crash. Brent, the driver, had a BAC of .18, more than twice the legal limit, and one witness claimed he initially did not make any effort to save his friend’s life. In the latest legal news of the incident, Brent has been indicted.
How DeMarco Murray’s pants slid down that far remains a mystery, but we do know one thing: Troy Polamalu is really, really interested in what’s going on down there. And if you’re big on cheap puns, Polamalu totally caught Murray with his pants down.
On the night Cowboys nose tackle Josh Brent drove drunk, crashed his car, and killed his teammate and best friend Jerry Brown, authorities took a blood sample. Although Brent refused a breathalyzer, the police could draw his blood against his will because someone died in the crash.
Stacee McWilliams, an eyewitness to the aftermath of the one-car crash that killed Dallas Cowboys practice squad player Jerry Brown, arrived on scene shortly after the crash occurred. Previous reports indicated that Josh Brent was seen pulling Brown out of the car, but, according to McWilliams’ testimony, that wasn’t the case. At least not at first. Details, after the jump.
The Dallas Cowboys are holding a private memorial service for fallen teammate Jerry Brown on Tuesday, and it was the unanimous sentiment of the team and staff to invite Josh Brent, who was charged with intoxication manslaughter in Brown’s death, to the service.
According to CBS’ Dallas-Forth Worth affiliate, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was involved in a “volcanic” exchange with injured nose tackle Jay Ratliff, one that ended in several players having to intervene to most likely save the 70-year-old man from being beaten up by someone he pays. More, after the jump.
Additional information has come out about what happened in the drunk driving accident caused by Dallas Cowboys nose tackle Josh Brent that claimed the life of practice player Jerry Brown, and it’s not pretty.