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NFLPA car service available to players

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06:44 PM ET 12.08 | The Dallas Cowboys and fans are reeling Saturday following the death of linebacker Jerry Brown. He died in a one-vehicle accident in which his teammate Josh Brent was allegedly drinking and driving. Brent was arrested for intoxication manslaughter. As with any drunk driving accident, this one could have also been easily prevented. The NFLPA offers a service called "Player Transportation Link," confidential program for all past and present members. Players can call a 24-hour hotline - there's a sticker on the back of each NFLPA membership card with the number - for prearranged transportation service or even an emergency response. Players are responsible for payment and receive a discount through their players association membership.

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December 8, 2012  07:47 PM ET

Good idea, that $100,000 Mercedes will be OK behind the strip club.

 
December 8, 2012  09:59 PM ET
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Good idea, that $100,000 Mercedes will be OK behind the strip club.

Let your posse sleep in it. Cleaning up the mess is cheaper than a new car. The blood might be tough to get out, though.

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