On an local ESPN radio affiliate in Atlanta on Thursday he reiterated that his
dream is to play for the Cowboys.
While there is a long way to go in that process, Jones might have a willing
suitor in Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.
According to a source, Jones has asked a few staffers about how Jones would
fit with the Cowboys.
There is nothing more to it because the Cowboys are prevented by league rules
from talking to Jones or his representatives. Again Jones has a long way to go to be reinstated by Goodell. And then he remains property of the Titans, who must release
him before he can sign with another team.
But make no mistake about, the Cowboys owner is at least intrigued by the possibility
that he has brought it up to staffers. He has a history of taking on problems players
from other teams, including Alonzo Spellman, Dimitrius Underwood and current Cowboys
Terrell Owens and Tank Johnson.
What's also true is that the Cowboys in search of cornerback and kick return help.
--Clarence E. Hill Jr.