Pacman Jones pleads guilty in bar incident
Adam "Pacman" Jones can add another guilty plea to his lengthy rap sheed, after pleading guilty Wednesday to disorderly conduct stemming from a July bar incident in Cincinnati.
According to the Cincinnati Enquirer, Jones had been charged with resisting arrest and disorderly conduct from an incident inside Scene Ultra.
Jones was the poster boy for bad conduct during his time with the Tennessee Titans with six arrests and a dozen or more incidents where police were involved, and he was suspended for the entire 2007 season by Commissioner Roger Goodell after allegedly inciting a fight that led to a triple-shooting in Las Vegas.
For his latest plea, Jones was fined $250, ordered to stay away from Scene Ultra, placed on a year's probation and ordered to perform 50 hours of community service.
Jones also got a severe chewing from Hamilton County Municipal Court Judge Brad Greenberg, who told the Bengals cornerback "“This is unprofessional behavior. If you want to be regarded as a professional, you need to act like one at all times.”
In regards to his behavior, Jones has seldom been accused of being a professional, and even though his conduct has been better in Cincinnati than it was in Tennessee or Dallas, this latest plea could have Goodell ready to discipline him in some form or fashion once again.
Terry McCormick covers the Titans for TitanInsider.com