Pacman Jones Reportedly Met With Goodell Last Week
Suspended Dallas Cowboys cornerback Adam (Pacman) Jones met with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell last week in Atlanta, the Dallas Morning News reported today.
Goodell is readying to decide whether Jones will be permitted to join offseason workouts with the Cowboys. He also is to rule before training camps open in July about a possible full reinstatement of Jones, who has been suspended for more than a year under the NFL's personal conduct policy. Jones sat out last season without pay while with the Tennessee Titans.
Goodell was in Atlanta early last week for an NFL owners' meeting. He said on May 20, as the meeting concluded, that he would meet soon with Jones.
The Cowboys obtained Jones in a trade with the Titans but Cowboys officials acknowledged they'd been given no assurances by Goodell about the cornerback's availability for next season.
By Mark Maske |
May 28, 2008; 9:37 AM ET
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