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Will Jerry Gobble Up "Pacman"?

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This morning, Tennessee Titans cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones -- who sat out the entirety of the 2007 season and lost his whole $1,292,500 paycheck, after being suspended for numerous run-ins with Johnny Law -- was on Atlanta radio today talking about his future. Said he's a whole different dude. Said he will no longer be involved in strip-club shootings that leave folks paralyzed. Said you won't see stories that include lines like, "Jones' off-field conduct has included 10 incidents where he was interviewed by police." Also said "he is still interested in playing for the Dallas Cowboys." 'Nuff said. --Robert Wilonsky

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