The agent for Adam “Pacman” Jones said Tuesday that the suspended cornerback could be allowed on the field for Tennessee Titans training camp and perhaps preseason games.
Jones was suspended for the season on April 10 by Commissioner Roger Goodell with the stipulation that his situation would be reviewed after the 10th game of the season.
Michael Huyghue, who represents Jones, said it is his understanding that Goodell will make a decision soon after the possibility of training camp was left open for Jones, depending upon his behavior and his unsettled cases in Georgia and Nevada.
“It’s a decision that will have to be made by the commissioner’s office, but when the suspension was issued, part of the conditions was that he could be at the facility, and there was the possibility that his time there could be increased,” Huyghue told The City Paper. “Right now, we’re hoping that he will be allowed on the practice field for training camp. There is the chance that might be able to participate in preseason games. The commissioner will have to decide that, but right now we’re just hoping to take the first step, which is getting back on the practice field for training camp.”