Pacman Jones is going to be a Dallas Cowboy -- if Roger Goodell lets him back in the league, that is.
That is as good a reason as any to take a break from all my poetry/songwriting -- and Giants discussion -- and look at what is happening around the league as the draft approaches.
As for the Cowboys, owner Jerry Jones is continuing to turn his team into the old-time Oakland Raiders -- a halfway house for misfits.
He's got TO. He's got Tony 'Jetsetter' Romo, who might be more interested in getting a ring for Jessica than one for his team. Now he's got Pacman, the baddest of the league's bad boys. He's got a lame-duck coach in Wade Phillips, whose anointed successor is already on his staff.
Good luck controlling that mob, Wade! Jones has collected a ton of talent, but the Cowboys are still a mess -- a ticking time bomb waiting to implode. As Giants fans, I suspect we will enjoy the show.
Of course, over at Blogging The Boys they disagree.
Grizz, you're a great blogger. But, if you think Pacman will stay clean you are simply acting like a delusional fan.
• The Bengals recently turned down two (yes, two) No. 1 picks for Chad Johnson. Why anyone would offer that much I don't know. Now, though, Johnson is threatening not to show up if the Bengals keep him. Ugly stuff, but entertaining as hell. Speaking of the Bengals, they got ripped by ESPN's Kirk Herbstreit.
• SI.com's Don Banks looks at the monster trade that sent Jared Allen from Kansas City to Minnesota.
• Could Daunte Culpepper wind up in Green Bay?
• About that new platform. It will be unveiled here tomorrow. I seem to be having a little trouble lately getting my dates straight. Anyway, be sure to check it out.