Jerry Jones is now denying that the Dallas Cowboys have any interested in troubled cornerback and punt returner Adam “Pacman” Jones.
I guess that means most fans can breathe a sigh of relief because Pacman’s good days in the NFL as a viable return man and cornerback are pretty much over. He damaged the team in games last season rather than help and his incident at a Texas hotel where he fought with his own bodyguard was just over the top stupid.
If Jerry was serious, along with the coaching staff, that they wanted to clean up the locker room, then Pacman cannot return to the team. The Cowboys got rid of Terrell Owens and let Greg Ellis go free, two guys who often had a lot to say either during the season or the offseason that did not lead the team to much success.
Not to mention the small coaching changes made during the offseason.
The Dallas Cowboys of 2009 are going to be a team built around chemistry, and not so much monster talent. Hopefully, this experiment works. We’ve seen it done before.