Cowboys’ Ratliff had high blood alcohol level in accident

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DALLAS – Dallas Cowboys’ Jay Ratliff had a blood alcohol level twice the legal limit when he hit a semi-truck Jan. 22. 

According to authorities, the 31-year-old nose tackle was arrested on the suspicion of drunk driving near Grapevine, Texas, after the accident.

He has since been released on $500 bail. 

Yahoo Sports reported he is the second Cowboy player arrested in an alcohol-related accident in the last month. 

Neither Ratliff nor the the semi driver were injured in the accident. 

Read more from Yahoo Sports here

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