Long-time Dallas sportswriter Randy Galloway has made his views known regarding the proper outcome of Tuesday’s brouhaha between Pacman Jones and one or more members of the security force that has been hired to protect Pacman from, well, Pacman.
Galloway says that owner Jerry Jones should dump “Pac-Rat” immediately.
“Pacman repeatedly has made a fool of the only man in the NFL who wanted to help him,” Galloway writes.
“What else is there to say? Jerry should show Pacman the exit before Roger Goodell, who in a twist of irony was at Valley Ranch on Wednesday, does what the commissioner must do. Suspend Pac-Rat again.”
Galloway’s voice carries extra credence because he initially supported the idea of giving Jones another chance. Though it will hurt in the short term with Terence Newman facing sports hernia surgery, the team will be better off in the long run.
In hindsight, the Cowboys would have been wise to heed Dale Hansen’s classic, spot-on rant from earlier this year warning them against bringing Pacman to town. (Hansen has a new take on the latest development, too.)