Foreclosure sale of Adam Jones' home postponed

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- A foreclosure sale involving the home of suspended Dallas Cowboys cornerback Adam Jones has been postponed until next month.

Attorney J. Phillip Jones has been appointed trustee of the property. His office says the sale originally scheduled for Friday on the steps of the old Williamson County Courthouse is set for July 28.

The office declined to say why the sale of the home on 30 acres, located in a Nashville suburb, was postponed. Jones has defaulted on the terms and conditions of a mortgage, according to a notice of foreclosure sale published earlier this month.

Tax records show he purchased the property in July 2006 for $1.5 million.

The cornerback missed the 2007 season while serving an NFL suspension. He was traded to the Dallas Cowboys this year.

Copyright 2008 by The Associated Press

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