Cowboys’ Josh Brent was driving up to 134 MPH the night he crashed his car and killed a teammate

According to Black Sports Online, multiple reports out of Dallas state that the police are claiming Dallas Cowboys’ defensive tackle Josh Brent was driving as a fast as 134 MPH while intoxicated the night he killed his teammate Jerry Brown Jr. by crashing his car.

Dallas Cowboy Josh Brent was driving at least 110 mph on State Highway 114 before he lost control of his car and the accident killed his teammate in the passenger seat, according to police documents obtained by NBC 5.

DART cameras show Brent’s four-door Mercedes S600, at 2:19 a.m. on Highway 114. According to reports, Brent could have been driving 134 mph at some points.

BSO brought up a great point.  It’s dangerous enough driving over 100 MPH while sober, doing it while drunk is like having a death wish.