When Antonio Brown suffered a concussion in Saturday’s playoff game from linebacker Vontaze Burfict’s hit, Bengals cornerback Pacman Jones thought the Steelers receiver was embellishing it. Jones said he would only apologize for calling Brown a faker if the wideout wasn’t able to play Sunday against the Broncos. With…
The Steelers have officially ruled Antonio Brown out for Sunday’s game in Denver, which means Pacman Jones owes him an apology.
Albert Breer’s NFL Network interview with Adam Jones after the Bengals’ win over Buffalo today was... interesting.
Welcome to the NFL rook! Jones is going to have to find something to do next weekend. Here are some ideas, man.
This chance encounter earned an "OMG" from Pacman, which is delightful. Rod looks a little out of it, though.
Which means it must be, what, Monday?
And Pacman Jones isn't happy about it:
Adam 'Pacman' Jones is making the media tours to clear his name after a recent arrest that found him striking a woman he claims attacked him with a bottle. It might be smart for Jones to not say things like "Hoe, where in the fuck did you come from?" on live ESPN Radio, but that's exactly what he did tonight.
ESPN radio in Cincinnati got hold of the security footage that shows Bengals cornerback Pacman Jones hitting a woman after the woman first came toward him with what looks like a bottle. The altercation, which happened last week outside a Cincinnati bar, begins around the 1-minute mark of the video below.
Has it really been a year-and-a-half since Pacman Jones was last sentenced by a judge for something or other? It's been so long that Pacman no longer wants to be called Pacman, never mind that Pacman is still the name that's on Pacman's Twitter handle. But look! Pacman's Twitter has news of an arrest about the player…
I guess being a 147-time offender in the NFL actually does have its perks. Adam
Pac-Man Jones told the Cincinnati media that Commissioner Roger Goodell has called on him to speak to this year's group of incoming rookies on how they can avoid screwing up whatever promising career they hold in front of them. We're not…
It's not like Pacman Jones is a real symbol of oppression in America. He's made several million dollars in his career to play cornerback in the NFL, and not all that well. (To wit.)
While Chad Ochocinco was thanking God for sending him to New England (or more likely just getting him out of Cincinnati), his now ex-teammate Pacman Jones was helping himself to the contents of Ochocinco's locker. That included modeling the sombrero Chad once pulled out on the field and offering up an action figure…
According to Cincinnati.com, Adam "Pacman" Jones was taken into custody early this morning. Here are the details:
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