Ex-Cowboy Adam “Pacman” Jones has made some off-the-field headlines for the first time in a while, after a report surfaced on TMZ this week that claims he was at the center of a disturbance at a casino in Indiana.
Jones has disputed the report, which says he was asked to leave the Hollywood Casino early on Wednesday morning after police responded to reports of a “disorderly person,” in a video on his Instagram page. According to the TMZ report, officials at the casino didn’t offer any comment.
Now a member of the Cincinnati Bengals, Jones has kept quiet of late. But his off-field troubles are well-documented.
Jones came to the Cowboys in 2008 but, after getting into a scuffle with a team-appointed security guard in October of that year, he was suspended for six games. He was released by Dallas after that season and didn’t resurface in the NFL until 2010, when he joined the Bengals.
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