Despite not having any games started or played in 2007, Pac Man Jones did still have some trading cards produced. He’ll be picking up an entire new legion of collectors after being traded to the Dallas Cowboys this week.

 Jones, swapped for at least fourth round draft pick, may not even play for the Cowboys in 2008. He is still suspended after having almost ten run-ins with the law since being drafted in 2005.

If commissioner Roger Goodell decides to re-instate Jones, he will make an immediate impact on an already dominant Cowboys team and will compliment Roy Williams nicely on defense.

All the time off had Jones’ cards in a funk but the recent attention he has garnered from the trade has brought demand back up. Assuming he can stay out of trouble and play successfully with Dallas, Jones should see a spike in value over the next couple of years. If the opposite happens, he will go from a once-touted prospect to just another guy with a cool name.