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RIP Jerry Brown

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Killed in a car accident. Teammate Josh Brent is being charged with intoxication manslaughter.

Brown was a PSer on the Cowboys

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The Dallas Cowboys- never wanting to be upstaged, especially by the Kansas City Chiefs- never failing to disappoint.

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man...that's bad news. Wonder if the lefty's will want to outlaw cars and booze now?

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man...that's bad news. Wonder if the lefty's will want to outlaw cars and booze now?

...zing?

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man...that's bad news. Wonder if the lefty's will want to outlaw cars and booze now?

Well, combining the two alreay is outlawed,

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Life is precious. Those guys ate at my work before all this poo happened. I was there but didnt pay attention because we were packed, players and dallas elite dine there all the time. I would never start a thread but saw this and wanted to pay my respects to his family and the players involved. Yes this is just a paragraph in a thread on a msg board but if whoever reads this can get one thing from it, enjoy life and love one another while trying to do the right thing always.

Call a cab, its not worth risking peoples lives.

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pro athletes drinking and driving...doesn't make sense to me when average joes do this...really makes no sense when pro athletes do....practice squad or not, bet they could afford cab fare

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