Airport Employee Attacks NFL Veteran 'Pacman' Jones, Gets Decked

Airport Employee Attacks NFL Veteran 'Pacman' Jones, Gets Decked

Former Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones fought off an Atlanta airport employee who was charged with battery after starting an altercation with the National Football League veteran, police said. Jones, no stranger to off-field trouble, was reportedly attacked after confronting an employee over a "gesture".

Per TMZ Sports, police added that Ragin fell to the ground after Jones defended himself. Bad news for him is that he was identified as the one who started the fight and was therefore arrested.

TMZ acquired video of the incident.

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Words were exchanged between Jones and Ragin before Ragin punched Jones in the face, cutting the former Cincinnati Bengals player's eye, police said.

Ragin was charged with two counts of battery. On August 25, 2006, during training camp, Jones was arrested in Murfreesboro, Tennessee for disorderly conduct and public intoxication.

His most notorious run in with the law came in 2007, when he allegedly grabbed an exotic dancer by the hair and slammed her head against the stage at Minxx, a Las Vegas strip club. Jones and his friend declined medical treatment. In January of 2017, Jones was arrested after Cincinnati police say he assaulted a security guard in front of the Millennium Hotel. After missing just two games over the past five years, Jones played just nine games last season due to a groin injury which landed him on injured reserve.

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