Adam “Pacman” Jones will not be coming back to the Titans or the league for that matter anytime soon. Jones’ suspension has been extended and will not be reviewed until sometime before the opening of training camp, according to a letter the suspended Titans’ corner got from NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.
“Most recently, we’ve been told that he won’t be reinstated immediately as was our hope,” said attorney Manny Arora, who is at the NFL Combine along with Jones’ Nashville-based attorney Worrick Robinson. “The idea is that he continues to meet some sign posts that the commissioner has put out there, and if he meets those over the next however many weeks or months, then he will be allowed to come back and we can petition to let him back in.”
According to NFL spokesman Greg Aiello, Jones will no longer be permitted to work out at the Titans’ facilities during his suspension and will have his status reviewed by Goodell sometime before the opening of training camp in July. “The letter prohibits Adam Jones from using team facilities for workouts,” Aiello said. “There is no change in his status. He remains suspended and will be considered for reinstatement prior to the opening of training camp.”