Latest Pacman Jones case set for trial Nov. 17
Adam "Pacman" Jones' latest day in court is scheduled for Nov. 17 in Hamilton County Municipal Court, according to the Associated Press.
Jones has pleaded not guilty to misdemeanor counts of disorderly conduct and resisting arrest, stemming from a July incident in a Cincinnati area night spot.
Jones, the Tennessee Titans first-round pick in 2005, had more than his share of run-ins with the law during his time in Tennessee, including six arrests and a dozen incidents in which police were involved during his time with the Titans.
Commissioner Roger Goodell eventually suspended Jones for the entire 2007 season over two arrests in Georgia in which he failed to notify the league or the team, and a Las Vegas strip club incident that led to a triple-shooting outside that establishment in February 2007.
Jones was subsequently traded to the Dallas Cowboys, where he spent one season before joining the Bengals last year. Jones is currently on the physically unable to perform list while rehabbing a neck injury and was wearing a neck brace during his mug shot in the latest incident from July.
Terry McCormick covers the Titans for TitanInsider.com