Fisher Weary of Talk About Jones's Troubles
PHOENIX, Ariz.--Tennessee Titans Coach Jeff Fisher appears weary of being asked about his troubled cornerback, Adam (Pacman) Jones.
"I'm excited about our team," Fisher said today. "Life is going on as we speak. I would rather get up in the morning and put my head down at night and have this not be the first and last thing that comes up."
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is scheduled to meet with Jones on April 3 to discuss Jones's legal problems. Several owners said this week they expect Goodell to impose a one-year suspension on Jones next month under the new player conduct policy that Goodell is formulating.
By Mark Maske |
March 27, 2007; 7:16 PM ET
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