The Dallas Cowboys have been busy of late. First, they got some relatively good news concerning Pacman Jones. Jones, who was suspended in 2007 due to various run-ins with the law, has the opportunity to be fully reinstated on September 1.

There was more good news concerning Jones, who learned of commissioner Roger Goodell’s decision on Monday. The cornerback can be a part of the Cowboys’ training camp and may also play in preseason games. In order to be reinstated, Jones has to keep his record clean. If he’s able to do that, then Pacman Jones will be in the league again.

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, who was optimistic, said, “Adam is aware of the things that need to be done in order to take the next step.” Jones decided to take a chance on the talented CB. In order for Jones to earn full reinstatement, he’ll have to be perfect. That will be a major achievement for the player, who has a dozen run-ins with the law, six of which resulted in arrests.

A few hours after receiving the good news on Jones, Dallas inked a deal with wide receiver Terrell Owens that will keep him with the club through 2011.

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