Pacman, Mario Both Deeply Apologize, Sort OfS

It's a morning of apologies around the world of the NFL. First off, our main man Pac Man Jones took out a full page ad in The Tennessean saying, you know, sorry about that whole suspension thing.

"In the past few weeks, I have learned a lifetime of lessons ... The first step in meeting these goals is for me to stop making the poor choices that have put me in this position."

Wait, does this mean no more birthday parties. Along those lines, to a lesser extent, Mario Williams has "apologized" for that whole car racing incident that we told you about earlier this week. Though we, frankly, don't believe his explanation.

Williams says he was not racing or driving much faster than the posted speed limit on Interstate 40. In the video, another driver, who also taped the incident, asked Williams if he raced the Lamborghini, and Williams stated clearly that he does not. "It was a stupid thing to do, and I apologize to the fans, the organization and my teammates for not being smart," Williams told the Chronicle on Thursday night. "I shouldn't have put myself in that situation, and I have definitely learned my lesson."

If Williams was going the speed limit in that video, then the rotation of the earth has dramatically slowed.

Pac Man Jones Writes Open Letter To Fans [NFL.com]
Williams Apologizes For Racing Video [Houston Chronicle]
Mario Williams: Fast, Not That Furious [Deadspin]