FRANKLIN, TN -- A foreclosure sale has been published involving the home of former Tennessee Titans cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones.
Jones has defaulted on the terms and conditions of a mortgage
with U.S. Bank, according to a notice of foreclosure sale published
Thursday in The Tennessean newspaper in Nashville.
The home and 30 acres, located in a Nashville suburb, will be
sold June 27 on the steps of the old Williamson County Courthouse.
Jones was traded to the Dallas Cowboys this year. He was
suspended all of last season. He was cleared by commissioner Roger
Goodell for practice, training camp and preseason games with the
Cowboys but hasn't been reinstated for the regular season.
Tax records show he purchased the property in July 2006 for $1.5
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