I say, "go for it". RM- for the record, I agree the suspension is unjust and too long. I feel that it is so long that it hurts Jones' chances of reinstatement. Everything I have seen, heard and read from him suggests that he has no intention on turning his back on old acquaintances. Given the frequency of incidences it's all too easy just lose faith. Take Andre Woolfolk for instance... no matter how badly some of us wanted him to breakout and be a quality player for one reason or another we just lost faith in him one by one. Those were on-feild performance issues. It's really not alot different than Adam Jones' off the field behavior issues. The benefit of my disposition is this: When Jones fails to satisfy the commissioner I won't be upset because I will have believed that to be the inevitable outcome all along. If I'm wrong about Jones and he exceeds my expectations I'll be ecstatic. :nana2: There is no way I want to be right. I want Jones to change. In fact, the smartest thing he could have done is get a haircut. That's what he should have done before his meeting with the commissioner. He should have got himself a nice fade so he wouldn't look like one of those Jamaican gangsters from that Steven Segal movie Marked For Death. I'm just so sure (I'm speculating) he was slouching in his chair when he was talking with him. I bet he was rolling his eyes and making excuses for himself instead of owning up to his transgressions. I bet you Chris Henry was saying anything he could think of to get his tittie out of the wringer. Adam Jones needs to work on his "You can't touch this" mentality.