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Details Of The Conditions Josh Brent Must Meet To Play Again For

He must fully comply with any evaluation, treatment or counseling required by medical or other professionals assigned to him. He must fully comply with the requirements set forth by the courts regarding his probation, testing, and monitoring. He must have no further adverse involvement with law enforcement. Any prohibited alcohol-related conduct will likely result in an immediate suspension and potential banishment from the NFL. <br>Source:

Biggest Questions Facing the Washington Redskins heading into 2014 - Yahoo Sports

But how quickly can the rookie pick things up? If he develops quickly, he could bolster the cornerback position and could complete the best trio the Redskins have had in some time. If not, the Redskins will have to turn to EJ Biggers or Tracy Porter who have both been inconsistent throughout their careers. Huge difference. <br>Source:

Cowboys plan to bring Josh Brent back after 10-game suspension | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports

He can begin practicing in Week Nine but can't travel with the team. If Brent is involved in any prohibited alcohol-related incidents, he will not be allowed to return. If all the conditions are met, Brent could rejoin the Cowboys on the field following their bye week in November.Brent has five days to appeal the league's decision. Brent was suspended from the team at the end of Max Workouts the 2012 season after the car crash in December of that year, and he also say out the entire 2013 season. Brown's mother has said she forgives Brent for the accident. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones also has stood firmly in Brent's corner and said he deserves a chance to return to the team and the NFL. - - - - - - - Eric Edholm is a writer for Shutdown Corner on Yahoo Sports. <br>Source:

Josh Brent, formerly of Dallas Cowboys, can return in Week 11 with conditions - ESPN Dallas

"He could have forced the NFL to go through a tremendous amount of scrutiny for allowing him to play pending trial or for attempting to suspend him before he had been proven guilty," Schaffer said. "Where's the incentive for someone to do that in the future?" Brent met with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on Aug. 7 to seek reinstatement. Because Brent retired a few days before the start of training camp in 2013, the Cowboys held his rights and activated him from the reserve/retired list. On Dec. <br>Source:

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