Josh Brent, the Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman who drove drunk last weekend and flipped his car, killing Jerry Brown, a friend and teammate from the Cowboys practice squad, had a blood alcohol content of .18, or twice the legal limit.
The Morning News writes that Brent, who weighs 321 pounds:
According to one online blood alcohol content calculator, a person Brent’s size would have to drink about 20 shots over a four-hour period to reach that blood alcohol level.
Josh Brent’s blood alcohol level more than double legal limit during crash [Morning News]
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