Airport employee arrested after fight with National Football League player Adam 'Pacman' Jones

Bessie Dean
July 12, 2018

Longtime Bengals cornerback/return man and current free agent Adam "Pacman" Jones was attacked by an employee in Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport on Tuesday evening, per TMZ. Police said Ragin was the instigator and Pacman was defending himself.

This is not Jones' first controversial moment as he has a history of incidents during his career.

Police said the two exchanged words before a fight ensued, with Ragin - who is an employee of the cleaning company ABM - causing a laceration to Jones' face following a strike with a closed fist. Police determined Ragin was indeed the aggressor, and he was arrested on two counts of battery.

In the video, Jones can be seen throwing punches after he is confronted by the airport employee wearing an orange vest.

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Daugherty says that at some point during the fight, Ragin ended up hitting a woman who was with Jones, injuring her hand.

Jones and a female companion of his declined medical treatment. In February of the following year, he was arrested for obstruction of justice following an incident at his Georgia home.

The former No. 6 overall pick in the 2005 National Football League draft, Jones has been involved in numerous off-field incidents over the course of his career. On August 25, 2006, during training camp, Jones was arrested in Murfreesboro, Tennessee for disorderly conduct and public intoxication.

Adam Jones, a former Bengal and current free agent, got into a fight at an Atlanta airport and knocked a man to the ground.

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