NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Football Hall of Famer Jim Brown says he's had several conversations with suspended NFL cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones and his agent.
During a visit with Tennessee lawmakers on Thursday to promote his program for troubled teenagers, Brown told The Associated Press he has offered his help concerning any issues with the Dallas Cowboys, the Tennessee Titans and NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.
Jones was traded by the Titans to the Cowboys on Wednesday, but he remains under suspension by the commissioner over his repeated legal troubles.
Brown, who led the NFL in rushing for eight seasons, is the founder of the Amer-I-Can Program, which aims to teach life skills to young people from poor backgrounds.
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