Report: If Carr’s Cut, Adam “Pacman” Jones an Option

Adam "Pacman" Jones spent a forgettable 2008 season with the Cowboys

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Could the cornerback formerly known as Pacman Jones be coming back to Dallas?

As farfetched as that might’ve once sounded—like in 2009, the year after Jones played a forgettable season for the Cowboys, and spent a year away from football—Yahoo! Sports’ Charles Robinson reports that if Brandon Carr is let go, Jones could be a viable replacement.

Which brings us to a chance run-in between the team and the player last week.

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"Interestingly, Jones and his agent, Peter Schaffer, were at a popular steakhouse in Indianapolis on Friday night during scouting combine week, the same night Cowboys ownership and personnel executives were having a team dinner at the restaurant,” Robinson writes. “Jones and Schaffer were seen briefly exchanging pleasantries with Dallas director of player personnel Stephen Jones before departing.”

Of course, whether the Cowboys CAN bring Pacman back has nothing to do if they should--and our own Newy Scruggs is of the belief that a reunion would mean a less-than-ideal scenario for the Cowboys.

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