By David Moore / Reporter
7:14 pm on December 8, 2012
CINCINNATI ó One of the most painful messages in the franchiseís long history was delivered in the sterile, cramped environment of the teamís charter Saturday afternoon.
The Cowboys had lost one of their own, and another sat in jail on suspicion of intoxication manslaughter.
Linebacker Jerry Brown Jr., a recent addition to the teamís practice squad, was dead. His close friend and roommate, nose tackle Josh Brent, had been at the wheel.
Never before have the Cowboys tragically lost a teammate at the hands of another within 48 hours of kickoff.
A day unlike any other in club history began early Saturday morning when Brent, returning from a nightclub where he and Brown reportedly had partied with other teammates, clipped a curb with his Mercedes, which hurtled roughly 900 feet and came to rest upside down in the middle of the road.
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