Pacman Back at Practice

Suspended Cornerback returns to team

Suspended cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones was back at work Monday with the Dallas Cowboys.

Jones went to meetings and practice even though he can't suit up until December 7 against Pittsburgh.

Jones spent much of the past few weeks away in an alcohol rehabilitation program.

Jones can do everything but play in the next game -- Thursday against Seattle -- as he works his way back from his latest suspension. It's a six-game penalty for violating the league's player conduct policy.

Jones previously was suspended for the 2007 season.

Dallas coach Wade Phillips says it's reasonable to believe another slip-up would get Jones permanently banned from the NFL.

Jones will no longer get a team-hired bodyguard.

The personal protector is the guy Jones wound up scuffling with during a party at a Dallas hotel on Oct. 7.

He was suspended by the NFL about one week later.

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