A lot of discussion around this year's Dallas Cowboys Training Camp centers on a player who as of right now, can't play this year. Suspended cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones seems to be everywhere. He's getting reps with the first team on defense, running back punts, and it's even been mentioned that he mind wind up taking a few snaps as a wide receiver.
If he can just get reinstated, the Cowboys think he'll help.
"He's a guy that's going to help this football team," linebacker Greg Ellis said, "I think that's why Jerry brought him here and I think it'll show off once the season starts."
"I'm just out here having fun, man, working hard," Adam Jones said. "Whatever they need me to do, I'm willing to do."
"He's very tenacious," Terrell Owens said. "The guy has ball skills, quick feet. I think anybody coming in to a new team, their athletic ability will take over. I think the key thing is coming in. Learn the system, learn where to be."
Linebacker Justin Rogers left the field with an injury today, under his own power.
Linebacker Zach Thomas was tearing it up, making his presence felt from sideline to sideline.
And on offense, Tony Romo went five-for-six today, including two completions to Terrell Owens, who beat Pacman Jones for both of them.