Adam “Pacman” Jones literally has no room to screw up now. The Dallas Cowboys have him under 24-hour surveillance with a security team. Apparently, the top security guy is impressed with Pacman, and believes he is ready to succeed.
Hashmarks has a scoop on it here.
NFL teams often hire retired police officers and FBI agents to head their security departments. The retired officers usually have ties to local law enforcement. Not everyone thinks this is a healthy arrangement. In this case, the Cowboys have much to gain if Jones realizes his potential as a dynamic return specialist and talented cover corner. At the very least, the Dallas community figures to benefit if a security detail can help Jones live within the law.
Pacman met with NFL czar Roger Goodell last week, ESPN reports.
Jones has not been allowed to visit the Cowboys’ Valley Ranch facility or take part in any organized team activities, but he is hopeful the league will allow him to do so this week, according to the report.
But sources said if the NFL doesn’t allow Jones to practice with the team, the Cowboys are hoping the league will allow him to undergo counseling at the facility and interact with his new teammates, the newspaper reported.