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April 02, 2008

Cowboys leave Florida without a Pacman deal

The Cowboys left Palm Beach with nothing finalized.

They still are talking to Kennard McGuire, the agent for safety Ken Hamlin, about a long-term contract. That deal is close.

Cowboys vice president Stephen Jones began talking to the Titans on Tuesday night about a trade for cornerback Pacman Jones. Although Jerry Jones said earlier this week that a decision on whether Pacman Jones ends up in Dallas should be resolved by today, when the meetings end, nothing is close.

The Titans are holding firm to their demand of a fourth-round pick this year and a conditional sixth-rounder next year that could become a fifth-rounder based on Pacman's performance next season.

A source said he still believes Pacman will end up in Dallas.

Wade Phillips wouldn't say much about about Pacman despite being peppered with questions during the NFC coaches' breakfast Wednesday morning.

Charean Williams


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It doesn't seem like the Titans are asking the world for Pacman. Before the Pats steal him, Jerry should make the deal. The draft, especially the rounds being talked about, is a crapshoot anyway. Heck, look at Bobby Carpenter, a recent first rounder. He rides the bench most of the time.

why don't the cowboys just wait until june when the titans will probably cut pman.they then will be able to get him for a song.

why don't the cboys just wate until june when the titans will probably just cut p man any way?they then will be able to get him for a song.

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