OXNARD, Calif. (AP) -What started as a simple question turned into a ``Who's On First''-type of exchange between Terrell Owens and a television reporter.
Midway through one of Owens' interviews this week, a reporter from a Spanish television network wanted to know by which name T.O. refers to Adam ``Pacman'' Jones, the new Cowboys cornerback.
The still-suspended Jones said in June that he preferred to be called ``Adam or Mr. Jones'' instead of his nickname. But since getting to camp, he has seemed to embrace the nickname again. His teammates, coaches and fans call him ``Pacman,'' and that's how he signs his autograph.
Here's the exchange between the reporter and T.O.:
Reporter: ``Do you call Pacman Pacman?''
T.O.: ``What's that?''
Reporter: ``Pacman.''
T.O.: ``Who?''
Reporter: ``Adam.''
T.O.: ``What about it?''
Reporter: ``I thought he didn't like to be called Pacman anymore. You said Pacman, Pacman Jones.''
T.O.: ``What about it?''
Reporter: ``I thought he didn't want to be called Pacman anymore.''
T.O.: ``Did somebody call him Pacman?''
Reporter: ``You did, man.''
T.O.: ``Dude, I don't care.''
Reporter: ``OK.''
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