Pacman Jones To CBS: I Just Like Strip Clubs Man

Usually, if you’ve been accused of putting a hit out on a man who then ends up paralyzed after being shot multiple times in the abdomen by one of your homeboys, you stay away from the type of establishments where the incident happened. If the throwdown came after a rough soul food dinner, you stay away from Southern. If this was a Sopranos style hit, you’re probably not eating Italian any time soon. And for the sake of all that’s holy, if the whole scenario unraveled after a crazy night in a strip club, you really want to stay away from the nudie bars for awhile.

Pacman Jones Don Imus
(Another year, another on-air controversy for Pacman. Remember Imus?)

Well, if you’ve come to those rational conclusions yourself, you’re not Adam “Pacman” Jones. The former top-10 draft pick turned face of the NFL’s prison image not only kept going to strip clubs after his arrest outside a Las Vegas joint, he kept going to them at rashly inappropriate times … like the night before a meeting with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, where he was going to present himself as a “strip-club free” changed man.

Now that Pacman has been dropped from yet another team, more details are coming out about just how his hit in Las Vegas was authorized, and just how often he visits nighttime entertainment usually frequented by ladies of the night. In his first interview since being released by the Cowboys — with CBS NFL host James Brown as leaked to THE SPORTING BLOG — Jones explained why he’s still willing to risk rather dire consequences to hang out in strip clubs: He just likes them.

Well, we should have all seen that coming.

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Game Over: Dallas Cowboys Cut Pacman Jones

Wacka-wacka-wacka-wacka-wacka … beeoooooop, bop bop! Pacman will have to insert coins elsewhere, as his playing days in Big D are done.

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(Pacman tries to pull a Tatum Bell before leaving Dallas)

Todd Archer of the DALLAS MORNING NEWS reports that the Cowboys are all set to release Adam “Don’t Call Me By That ’80s Video Game Anymore” Jones. Pacman (oops!) will be punted out of Valley Ranch on Friday, the first day that NFL teams are allowed to waive players.

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