Nashville wants Pacman Out

Just yesterday I was harping on an issue I feel pretty strongly about — that the NFL needs to throw troubled Titans CB Pacman Jones out of the league. Even if the NFL hasn’t yet heeded my advice, it appears as if the community of Nashville has.

I was recently made aware of the newly launched website NOPACMAN.com whose mission is simple:

We at NOPACMAN.com wish to express our extreme concern over the Tennessee Titans player Adam “Pacman” Jones and his continued trouble with the law. We call for the great city of Nashville to come together and let the Tennessee Titans management know that we are fed up with Pacman and his thuggish behavior. We wish him well, but believe that the time has come for the Titans to sever ties with this unruly character. It is our belief that this will be in the best interest of Nashville, the Tennessee Titans, and for Jones as well.

They have a petition you can sign designed to keep Pacman out of Nashville. They even offer stickers for $3 with proceeds going to the local Boys & Girls Club of Nashville — a place Pacman should’ve frequented in his youth.

I’m proud of the city of Nashville, and I can only dream that the NFL is listening to the displeasure of the fans and acts accordingly.

NFL Needs to Cut Ties with Pacman Jones

When my last post on the freakin’ guy required a full paragraph worth of background material to explain all his run-ins with the law, you know things aren’t going well. When my last post on the freakin’ guy was about a drug dealer (who makes his living by selling illegal products) advising Pacman and recognizing that Jones was on the wrong track, you know things aren’t going well. So when the guy is in the news once again, this time for being the victim of a threat at a bowling alley, you know it’s been enough.

How much trouble does this guy need to be involved in before you finally say enough? How many negative stories does he need to be associated with in order for the NFL to step up and kick him out of the league? Aren’t you tired of hearing about all his problems? Haven’t you gotten sick of all the disgusting stories tied to this guy? You HAVE to be — because I’m certainly tired of writing about his issues.

The problem is that you can’t put any pressure on the Titans. What good would it do to have them cut Pacman? By cutting Pacman, the Titans would then make him available for another twenty teams salivating for an above-average cornerback who doubles as an excellent punt-returner. This is certainly not the answer.

The only solution is for the NFL to step up, declare they have had enough of this clown, and ultimately kick him out of the league rendering him useless to everyone but the CFL and Arena League. End of story.

Bottom line, it’s time to terminate the Pacman and declare him one of the biggest wastes of talent ever.

Drug Dealer thought Pacman was on the Wrong Track

Posting Pacman Jones stories are becoming increasingly tedious, so I have included all the background on his story at the bottom of the post so I can get straight to the juicy point. From NewsChannel 5 in Nashville, Tennessee we have perhaps the most amazing twist to the Pacman Jones saga.

In one of the greater ironies in life, convicted drug dealer and friend of Pacman, Darryl Moore, who made his living by selling illegal products on a daily basis, had enough sense to know that his friend Pacman Jones was on the wrong path. Here are some of the incredible quotes (made by the convicted drug dealer about Pacman) from a wiretap obtained by NewsChannel 5:

“We gotta slow down, man. We gotta get him focused on football, man. He’s focused on too much other s****,”….”You know, I was talkin’ to him the other day about smokin’, and he was like man, if I didn’t smoke I couldn’t take all the stress that I’m dealing with right now,'”…”Fisher’s being as patient as a m*****f***** as he can. Fisher gotta win. Fisher trying to win…He ain’t putting up with that s***,”…”He gotta concentrate on season…that ******* drug test coming up,” he said. “We telling him he needed 33 days before he took his ******* test; dry-out, and he didn’t…that’s let me know right there that he ain’t taking his ****** job serious.”

And for the #1 answer on our list of Top 10 ways to know you’re ‘effin up — a convicted drug dealer is looking out for you — insane!!!


It appears as if Pacman Jones has a strong involvement in the shooting at a strip club in Las Vegas last week in which three people were wounded, one of whom was paralyzed (you can visit ESPN 760 to listen to Evan Cohen’s interview with the parents of one of the shooting victims). Before that, Pacman had a court case dismissed in which he was accused of spitting on a woman at a club. During that same court session, Pacman said he had learned his lesson and was done with trouble. Previously, Pacman had other trouble at clubs and was in court on public drunkenness and disorderly conduct charges. Additionally, Pacman’s ties to a drug dealer led to his car getting confiscated — which he eventually bought back. John Czarnecki of Foxsports.com said in his blog that the Titans were warned about Pacman’s troubles and still drafted him (via NFL Fanhouse). The Tennessean suggests that it will be difficult to prove that Pacman was criminally involved in the Las Vegas shooting.

Pacman Jones: All Talk No Walk

Amongst all the other problems Pacman Jones has…including not being able to go clubbing with out getting into an altercation, incurring new legal issues on a monthly basis, and an inability to deal with the fairer sex, I talked about Pacman’s most recent brush with the law earlier in the week at a Las Vegas strip club — Minxx. Despite Pacman’s originial plea that he “Didn’t have anything to do with it,” it now appears as if Pacman caused the fight.

Jones was showering more than 40 strippers onstage at Minxx Gentlemen’s Club & Lounge early Monday with the cash “intended as a visual effect,” according to a search warrant. But a scuffle broke out when the Houston promoter who hired the strippers told them to pick the money up. Jones became irate about the loss of his money, and the fact that girls were in a frenzy, picking up the money at their feet

So not only is Pacman a bad seed, but now the story suggests he’s a crappy partier. What is this Pacman, high school? What’s next, you gonna charge for beer cups? Have friends chip in for a keg?

After all, you’ve seen P. Diddy charge for bottles of champagne at a club haven’t you?

Pacman Jones, what a total chump.

Pacman Jones Trouble Magnet

Once again, Pacman Jones finds himself in the middle of a violent incident. The Las Vegas Review Journal reports that three people were shot outside the Minxx strip club just off the strip between 4 and 5am early Monday morning.

[Las Vegas police spokesman Jose] Montoya said police had heard speculation that NFL cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones of the Tennessee Titans had been involved in the shooting, but those reports had not been confirmed.

The Review Journal also says Pacman’s agent knew nothing about the incident. The same cannot be said about Pacman’s attorney however. Apparently Pacman talked to his attorney Worrick Robinson

He told me, ‘Man, I am not a suspect and didn’t have anything to do with this.’ He’s just a witness who happened to be at the club at the time it happened. He said he’s going to answer any questions they might have.

Sounds like Pacman had no involvement — but what else would you expect his attorney to say. Only the investigation will let us know whether or not Pacman was involved, but it doesn’t change the fact that once again, Pacman finds himself in the middle of trouble.

What happened to the old Pacman I talked about a few weeks ago who said

I learned a lot, just watch where I go, watch the people that I am around. I’m a bigger target now than I was before this incident so now I really have to watch where I go.

I told you I would be on the lookout. I have a couple of points to make

  1. I would love to have been around when Jeff Fisher got that phone call
  2. Pacman still hasn’t learned
  3. He can’t even party properly — Minxx??? over Spearmint or Crazyhorse??? Come on Pacman. Maybe he was there for the $3 beer after 7 special.

Pacman is Free

It was a big day in the life of Titans cornerback Pacman Jones Thursday.  He received the good news that his misdemeanor assault case for allegedly spitting on a woman at a club was dismissed.  The case was thrown out after the judge found too many holes in the woman’s case.  Apparently the accuser’s credibility was drawn into question:

“Jones said that he was asked for $50,000 by Webb’s personal lawyer, Michelle Best, the judge said a “credibility problem” surfaced.”

Additionally, the accuser’s testimony that “Jones was drunk, burning and throwing paper, throwing ice cubes and throwing money at the nightclub” was debunked.  Here was Pacman’s response

“All that was made up. That was in their act. I guess they did what they had to do to try to get some money instead of working hard like I do for my money.”

Hey I know this is a big day for the Pacman camp, maybe he can use the 50 large to buy his cadillac back, but the case also presents another point – it seems as if the accusers in this case were attempting a money-grab from a professional athlete. Just a few months prior to the night of the aforementioned incident, Pacman was accused of spitting in the face of a woman who he believed stole his wallet at a club.

Come on girls, couldn’t you have come up with something new, or at least something more creative than a repeat spitting offense?  As for Pacman, grow up, you’re a professional making a lot of money, act like it.  Even though he says he has, I doubt it.

“I learned a lot, just watch where I go, watch the people that I am around.  I’m a bigger target now than I was before this incident so now I really have to watch where I go.”

Pacman – you should watch out, because I know I’ll be on the lookout.