SAN ANTONIO -- Before leaving training camp for Canton, Ohio, Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones was asked about the upcoming game against the Bengals which features a few ex-Cowboys.
Terrell Owens, Roy L. Williams, Adam Jones and Tank Johnson are on the squad. Of course, Jones had the most problems with Owens, who tried to cause a riot in the Cowboys locker room, and Jones, who got into a scrum with his team-issued body guard, registering a suspension from the league.
Jones said he wouldn't second-guess himself about signing Owens, Jones and Johnson and understands why Bengals president Mike Brown would do it.
"To me it shows the positive qualities that they could bring to a team and I respect Mike Brown," Jones said. "With that comes the iffiness. Are these guys going to contribute to the team concept? I've done it and I will do it again?