Cowboys owner thinking of using Pacman on offense too
Owner Jerry Jones said that Jones might be asked to play some wide receiver next season, according to a Fort Worth Star Telegram report on Thursday.
"In my mind there isn't a player out there in a given game or looking at next year, that could make a bigger impact to take some of the heat off of Terrell [Owens] than Terry Glenn," Jones said. "I think potentially we could get some of those offensive plays that Adam 'Pacman' Jones ran over at Tennessee -- he had 15, 20 of them, got in the slot. That could help us there, too."
Although Jones showed running skills as a return man, the Tennessee Titans didn't employ him much on offense. He has run the ball twice for eight yards and caught two passes for 31 yards in his two-year NFL career, but he could be a viable option considering Glenn missed 15 games after undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his right knee last fall.
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