Tennessee Titans cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones has sent his appeal into the N-F-L office, and he should be meeting with the commissioner within the next two weeks.
This will be Jones' second hearing with commissioner Roger
Goodell since April 3rd. That first hearing didn't go too well
because Goodell suspended the former West Virginia standout for the
2007 season a week after that meeting. The player will have a
chance to have his case reviewed after the Titans' tenth game this
Jones has called the suspension a little too harsh, and his
letter appealing that punishment arrived at the N-F-L office
Saturday during the league draft. He has the right under his appeal
for another hearing, and that is being scheduled and should be held
within the next two weeks.
League spokesman Greg Aiello says Jones will have a full
opportunity to present his case.