Cincinnati Bengals fans who had “Day one” in their “When will Adam Jones make his first wrong move this season?” office pool are winners.
The veteran Cincinnati Bengals cornerback, who is said to be taking anger management courses this offseason after again running afoul of the law in January, berated a reporter for asking about Jones’ latest transgression more than once.
Many Twitter users met the news without surprise.
@daytondailynews And the Sky is Blue— Eric (@ewatson7724) April 17, 2017
Never go full Pacman.— Joe Goodberry (@JoeGoodberry) April 17, 2017
First day of voluntary workouts and Pacman is already screaming at reporters for asking him questions about his offseason. Neat. 🙄— Trey (@3rdsworld) April 17, 2017
After being named a captain following the wild card penalty in 2016, Pacman just might be given a share of the team after this offseason.— 34inXXIII (@34inXXIII) April 17, 2017
Glad to know the Bengals won't have to worry about Pacman losing his cool on the field again 🙄 https://t.co/npR23Zb1nY— Zlatan IbraHENNovic (@BrokeFriendDev) April 17, 2017
And Pacman continues to show he hasn't learned a thing. Unbelievable. https://t.co/qJIDzY2Vpy— Btom (@cincybtom) April 17, 2017
I have been a PacMan supporter for a long time but I am #Done with him.— CJ Zureick (@CZureick) April 17, 2017
Did Pacman become a Top 5 corner over night? Can someone explain to me why the Bengals are keeping this dude around!? https://t.co/BMEUq4XvEq— Matt Hayes (@MattyIce971) April 17, 2017
Death, taxes, and Pacman Jones losing his temper.....— Robert Keene (@cincinasty79) April 17, 2017
Jones has proven to be a talented-but-troubled playmaker since coming into the NFL more than a decade ago.
The Bengals signed him in 2010 after he had been suspended for all of the 2007 season and part of ’08 as a member of the Tennessee Titans then Dallas Cowboys.
He has been involved in several off-field incidents during his time in Cincinnati and played an integral role in the team’s worst on-field moment this century – a meltdown that gave the Steelers and easy opportunity to win a playoff game in Cincinnati in January 2016.
What’s next for Jones remains to be seen.
Owner Mike Brown came down unapologetically in his corner last month, so it seems unlikely he is going anywhere.
Prior to his outburst Monday, Jones said all the right things about being allowed to remain a Bengal.