The Ghosts Have Finally Caught Up To Pacman
In news that can only be described as painfully shock-free, the Dallas Cowboys announced yesterday that they will be cutting troubled felony-romantic Adam Jones, when teams are able to start axing salary in the second week of February. This stems from reports surfacing that Jones is facing new allegations, in which he instructed men to shoot at several people he was having beef with in Atlanta. Undoubtedly, one of them was making it rain, and everyone knows the only rainmaker in the scrip club is the guy from West Virginia.
Averaging only 4.6 yards per punt return and awarding the Cowboys with zero interceptions, Jones was suspended for six games because of further conflicts violating the terms of his reinstatement.
Cowboy fans would tell you they couldn’t tell if he was playing or not.
It was a good try, Jerry. But you didn’t become a near billionaire by sitting on your hands and humming the theme song to “Different Strokes”.
Fare thee well, Pacman. Perhaps we can offer you Terrell Owens as a severance deal.