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Adam "Pacman" Jones Disappointing Yet Again

Jared LillyCorrespondent IOctober 8, 2008

Dear Adam "Don't Call Me Pacman" Jones,

You said that you did not wanted to be called Pacman because it was part of your life before you reformed and became a saint—not New Orleans—simply meaning you finally got your act together.

I just want to say thank you for opening the door to calling you Pacman again.  It's been a habit since I looked up to you at WVU.

All the Best,

Another Disappointed Dallas Fan


You're probably wondering the purpose of the above letter.  Well, apparently, the new and reformed Adam Jones has gone back to being Pacman.

Dallas News reported on Wednesday that Jones had gotten into an altercation with one of his body guards at the Jouls Hotel in Dallas around supper time. And, of course, he is suspected to have been drinking.

A mirror was broken in Pacman's room and he supposedly left the hotel without paying the bill. Neither the hotel nor anyone affiliated with the Cowboys has commented on the issue, and no police reports have been filed.

What happened?

The media had told me he changed. Oh yeah, I forgot. It was the media...silly me!

How Pacman can be involved in these types of things after only one month off of his one-month suspension is beyond me.

So, Dallas fans, don't be surprised if No. 21 isn't on the field Sunday.

Conveniently enough, Roger Goodell has a scheduled trip to Valley Ranch on Thursday. Also, if Jones is suspended, Dallas picks up a fifth round pick from Tennessee next season. In the trade agreement, Jerry Jones thought ahead and decided that if Pacman misses any on-field time due to an off-field altercation, Dallas gets a Tennessee fifth round pick.

Why, Pacman, why?

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