The Adam “Pacman” Jones experiment in Dallas didn’t end well, but Jones, who has turned over a new leaf as a member of the streaking Cincinnati Bengals, says he doesn’t harbor any ill will toward the team. In fact, he went so far as to discuss the love he has for Cowboys’ owner and general manager Jerry Jones.
But to hear Jones speak now, it’s clear that the two parties didn’t end on the best of terms.
“I’m thankful for everything (Jerry Jones) has done for me,” the man formerly known as Pacman said, per the Dallas Morning News. “The way the situation played out, I didn’t agree with it. He had to do what was good for his organization, which I respect. I have no hard feelings.
“I love Jerry with all my heart. I’m not going to get into what I don’t like about (them) but it’s definitely not Jerry. He’s done a lot for me.”
The Bengals corner readily admits that he wasn’t good in Dallas, but he was far from the only problem--and he isn’t shy about saying it.
“I was horrible in Dallas and the coaching was horrible, too,” he said, “from the top down.”
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