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Should the Dallas Cowboys Resign DT Josh Brent if Reinstated by the NFL? [FAN Poll of the Day]

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The Dallas Cowboys continue to make off-season acquisitions as they try and improve their roster.  Owner/general manager Jerry Jones said he would make a roster spot for former defensive tackle Josh Brent if he gets cleared to play after his meeting with commissioner Roger Goodell and the NFL on Thursday.  Dallas parted ways from Brent when he was involved in the tragic drunk driving accident that resulted in the death of his friend and teammate, Jerry Brown.  He compiled 1.5 sacks. All of them came in his final year, but many expected that number to climb when the Cowboys switched to the 4-3 in 2013. Brent is currently retired with the club and will have to await the decision from Goodell, who could choose to discipline the defensive tackle further.  That brings us to our FAN poll of the day.


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