Suspended Dallas Cowboys cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones has entered an NFL-sanctioned out-of-state treatment facility for alcohol abuse, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones confirmed Monday.
The exact location was not revealed.
Jones was suspended indefinitely by the league last week for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy.
He will miss at least four games before being re-evaluated by commissioner Roger Goodell after the Nov. 16 game at Washington.
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Undergoing alcohol abuse treatment was one of the stipulations for possible reinstatement.
Goodell has made it clear that lifetime banishment from the league is also possible if Jones doesn't comply with all the stipulations.
Cowboys coach Wade Phillips refused to comment Monday.
He said his only concern was with the guys who are on the team and getting them to play well.