According to some sources, suspended cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones may be headed out of town in a trade to the Dallas Cowboys.
Jones has expressed interest in joining a winning team, and Big D is his first choice. The Boys may be sending a late round pick to the Tennessee Titans as compensation.
The Titans will at least get something for nothing, because the oft troubled cornerback is still suspended by the league and there is no set date on him being reinstated.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has stated that he will look at the Jones case when it comes for review in July. According to Jones' lawyer, he plans to ask the commissioner to look at a reinstatement before the NFL draft, but that seems unlikely to happen.
Jones is considered one of the best cornerbacks in the NFL, and that's certainly the reason why the Cowboys would love to have him. It makes sense since Dallas has had its fair share of troubled players.
Since Jones was drafted in the first round in 2005, out of West Virginia, he has been arrested six times, and last month he pleaded guilty to felony obstruction of officers.