According to recent reports the Tennessee Titans new general manager Mike Reinfeldt is considering trading off cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones. Sources state that everyone knew that the football player was troubled but with his most recent incident this is leading them to opt for a more disciplined personality player.
On last week the football player reportedly went to a Las Vegas stripclub and brought along $81,000 stashed in a bag. Reports state that the NFL football player tossed money at strippers. Pacman is stated to have laid down his money near the stage where a promoter of the event told the strippers he booked to run and grab his money. Pacman allegedly grabbed one of strippers by the head and pushed her at the stage floor. This inturn caused chaos in the club causing people to move outside where a shooting took place leaving one club bouncer paralyed from the waist down. Pacman Jones’ money was stated to have been retrieved at the promoter’s hotel room by police.
This is not the first incident Pacman has been in reports stated. Fisher had to suspend Jones last game season for spitting at a women in a nightclub. Pacman has been reported as skipping scheduled deals with companies like Reebok just to party in Manhanttan, NY after the flight was booked and even being escorted to his flight to make sure he made it on the plane.
Will there be teams lining up to trade for Pacman is the question?
In other news, Jones, seems to be getting into the music business. Jones made an announcement at this year’s 4th Annual 2007 Southern Entertainment Awards that he was seeking artists for his new print. Look for an exclusive video interview with Pacman Jones to appear on MemphisRapTV.com in the coming weeks along with other exclusive video footage filmed live at the 2007 Southern Entertainment Awards.
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