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 FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) -Suspended Cowboys cornerback Adam ``Pacman'' Jones has completed the inpatient portion of his NFL-ordered alcohol treatment and has returned to Texas, where he is hopeful of soon being able to rejoin the team.
Jones' agent, Worrick Robinson, said the player is handing personal matters while waiting for NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to determine if Jones will be reinstated and be able to play this season.
``He's using this time to focus on himself and focus on his priorities, which is to stay committed to the program he started,'' Robinson told the AP late Tuesday night. ``He's re-establishing his life in Dallas with this program being a priority.''
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