The Cowboys, notorious for their acceptance of players with questionable or criminal backgrounds, such as Tank Johnson, Quincy Carter, and Adam “Pac-Man” Jones, have showed immediate interest in signing Stallworth once he is released from prison, which could be as far away as 2025.
“We are prepared to offer the Browns a lucrative deal for the rights to Stallworth,” Jones said in a private press conference held from atop his golden lion statue on Wednesday, “we feel as though his character would fit in well with our ideals here in Dallas in 2025.”
Jones continued with his press conference, saying that he is ready to offer Stallworth, who is months from his court date, let alone a sentence, a 7 year/$55 million contract after his pending, future release from prison.
Stallworth, who, if convicted, could serve up to 15 years in maximum security prison, commented on the situation: “Oh, I’ll be ready to play (hiccup) play when I get out. Donte don’t come cheap.”
The Browns could not be reached for comment.