Cowboys Up Their Bid for Pacman Jones

Dallas offers player, draft pick to Titans for rights to troubled star
By Mitch Pritchard,  Newser Staff
Posted Mar 28, 2008 12:45 AM CDT
Cowboys Up Their Bid for Pacman Jones
Tennessee Titans cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones, left, stands by his lawyer, Robert Langford, for his arraignment in Las Vegas, Thursday, Dec. 6, 2007. Jones didn't play at all last season.    (AP Photo/Jane Kalinowsky)

The Tennessee Titans would love to unload  suspended defensive back Pacman Jones, but they want to make sure they get something in return for the Pro Bowl-caliber player. The Cowboys appear willing to make that happen, reports Sports Illustrated. Dallas, which originally offered a seventh round pick for Jones, has now offered a player and a later-round selection.

Jones is currently awaiting reinstatement to the league after missing all of last year due to off-the-field problems with the law. Jones, who is also a dangerous kick return man, has said he wants be a Cowboy. "The kid was the sixth pick in the draft and we need to get something of value in return," an unnamed Titans official said. (More NFL stories.)

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