*Hours after NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said Monday he would allow suspended cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones to join the club all the way up to the regular season and will decide by Sept. 1 if he can be fully reinstated, Jones' teammate Terrell Owens agreed to extend his contract for another three years.
"Commissioner Goodell told Jones that his continued participation in the NFL depends on demonstrating that he can conduct himself in a lawful and reliable manner," the league wrote in a statement, according to the Associated Press. "Jones will be expected to continue the personal conduct program established for him by the NFL and the Cowboys and to avoid further adverse involvement with law enforcement."
Jones, who also had kick return duties during his first two seasons with the Tennessee Titans, had an accumulation of arrests and legal problems — including his connection to a shooting at a Las Vegas strip club — that led to his suspension without pay on April 10, 2007.
The Cowboys traded draft picks for Jones in April and gave him a restructured contract that minimizes their risk.
Meanwhile, Owens, who has kept an uncharacteristically low profile with the Cowboys, has agreed to a three-year contract extension worth around $27 million, according to reports.
Owens has averaged 83 catches and 1,267.5 yards over his two seasons in Dallas. A five-time All-Pro, Owens is ninth on the career receptions list with 882, 10th in receiving yards with 13,070 and third in touchdown with 129. He's also the active leader in TD receptions.