Last week, when the Dallas Cowboys cut Flozell Adams abruptly, it was likely motivated by the fact that "The Hotel" was set to earn $7.5 million in 2010--a hefty chunk of change, admittedly--and not due to any sense that Adams had nothing left.
Even when racking up league fines and yellow handkerchiefs, Adams was, at worst, serviceable in 2009, what turned out to be his last year with Dallas. Indeed, according to Adams's agent Jordan Woy, the idea that the left tackle has some good years left in him is supported by the three teams who have contacted him (per The Fort Worth Star-Telegram) concerning Flo's future.
No visits or offers have come in yet, but Woy said that he'll be on the phone in the coming days exploring such opportunities.
“If we could have a season like that out of him this year, it would be great,” Jerry said. “I was very pleased with his season. Certainly that’s the question mark. That’s when you have decision to make right there – can you get another year like that out of him?”
Either Dallas thought they already had the answer to the question, or they weren't willing to spend $7.5 million to find out; but it looks now as though Flozell, a 12-year veteran and a five-time Pro Bowler, won't have too much trouble finding a new home, which seems to point to the latter.