T2-weighted imaging is conventionally obtained using multi-slice 2D or 3D fast spin-echo (FSE) sequences. However, FSE suffers from severe specific absorption rate (SAR) issue and motion artifact particularly in the abdomen. A potential approach to address these challenges is using T2-prepared 3D SPGR sequence with a non-Cartesian trajectory such as cones. In this study, we proposed a T2-prepared 3D-cones sequence to achieve T2-weighted abdominal imaging with free breathing. The feasibility of the technique was tested on both healthy subjects and patients.