Cowboys Upping The Offer For Pacman?

I feel like I am repeating myself, as we already discussed this last week, but I found an obscure article today that claims, once again, that the Dallas Cowboys have upped the offer for Adam “Pacman” Jones. You can read it here.

There are a few things the Titans are looking to get in the Pacman deal: his $1.25 signing bonus and a portion of the $13 million in guaranteed cash. That’s the risk with this guaranteed money stuff, and I think it is something the Titans just need to absorb. It’s completely unfair to try and get some other team to pay for their screw up. I say this because Pacman is now a risk, and the Cowboys could be signing their own big mistake as it is. The Titans brass need to bite the bullet and cut this haggling.

Topics: Dallas Cowboys, PacMan Jones

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