Cowboys considering return of CB Jones?

(Tony Gutierrez / Associated Press)

Adam Jones was released by the Cowboys in January after appearing in nine games in 2008. (Tony Gutierrez / Associated Press)

Could CB Adam Jones be returning to Dallas? The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports that Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is considering the move and wondered aloud how much heat he would take from the press if he made such a move:

    The Cowboys’ owner said he is considering the move even though it’s a long shot.
    Pacman’s agent Worrick Robinson was pleased to know the Cowboys are still interested in Jones. He said a return to Dallas was their hope when he was released. But he also acknowledged there have been no substantive conversations since.
    “I have not heard from the Cowboys,” Robinson said Monday morning. “When he was released, we were hoping for an opportunity to return. We are still hoping that opportunity exists.”
    A giddy Jerry Jones, reached in his private suite after the George Strait concert Saturday night to open the new Cowboys Stadium, asked a reporter, “Would you beat me up too bad if I brought back Adam?”

The Star-Telegram also reports that the Cowboys wouldn’t be interested in former Jaguar Matt Jones, despite the University of Arkansas connection between the owner and the troubled wide receiver.

UPDATE: The Dallas Morning News is reporting that the Cowboys have “no plans to bring Adam back.”

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