Brent has no business being on the sideline and he certainly has no business being on the team. As a die hard Dallas fan, I'm embarrassed by it.
I'm here for the gangbang
My understanding is that Brown's mother asked for him to be on the sidelines. So the Cowboys were honoring her request.
I wasn't crazy about his laughing on the sideline though.
I've heard that the Cowboys are worried that Brent will off himself at some point, so they are trying to keep an eye on him.
Imagine how the family of the young man who was killed feels. Does Cowboys organization not care how his family feels? The move to put him on sidelines is totally out of line.
Last edited by soonerintn; July 20th, 2013 at 01:14 AM.
In before Heisman or Stillwater. Cant ****ing decide at this point.
I like the Cowboys and in no way should he have been on the sideline and to answer the OP question: Not to my knowledge
****ing 17,000 posts. How ****ing embarrassing for you. Stop bullying people on the web and get a ****ing girlfriend. Piece of shit.
I think OP's question is completely fine. I'm now curious.
I understood your ****ing question but am not sure how the **** we ended the **** up here, but I am not a ****ing Cowboy's fan or ****ing male chauvinist pig.
The mom wanted him on the sidelines, not hidden away. Give the Cowboys credit for honoring her request.
Not that I know of. Several years ago a couple of defensive backs were injured in a car wreck. One recovered from his injuries enough to play a limited amount of time in his senior year. The other could not continue playing college ball. I think they were Stansberry and Thompson.