Rapoport: A welcome distraction
Dallas earned a comeback win, but more than anything, the game served as a three-hour respite. Ian Rapoport reports. More ...
"I don't want to get into specifics of that situation at all," Garrett said. "There's going to be a lot of details that come out about what exactly happened, and I don't think it's appropriate for me to stand up here and address all of the different things. Again, we'll continue to support Josh -- Josh is a member of our family -- in any way that we can."
Brent isn't likely to see the field again this season.
The Cowboys on Wednesday placed the third-year nose tackle on the reserve/non-football injury list and reports surfaced that Brent's mental state has the team concerned. The Cowboys aren't giving up on Brent in the middle of a challenging situation, but his deactivition will allow the legal process to play out. Football is on hold.
"The life part of this thing has been very challenging for everyone," Garrett said. "... I thought our team handled the situation well, and we have to handle the situation well going forward."