NFL Veteran Attacked By Atlanta Airport Worker, Caught on Video Fighting Back

Free agent NFL veteran Adam ‘Pacman’ Jones was a cornerback for the Cincinnati Bengals for years. Tuesday night he was assaulted by an employee in the Atlanta airport. He fought back.

Police responded to Delta’s gate B6 across from Atlanta Bread Company around 10 p.m.

Police said a fight broke out, and Ragin caused a laceration to Jones’ face by striking him with a closed fist before also injuring the hand of a woman accompanying Jones.

Police determined that Ragin was the primary aggressor, and he was arrested on two counts of battery.

Jones was caught on video getting into an argument with the airport worker before things turned violent. The ABM contract worker appears to have punched Jones and his female travel companion. Then Jones wrestled the man to the ground. According to police, the airport worker “struck Mr. Jones with a closed fist causing a laceration to Mr. Jones’ face, Mr. Jones then started to defend himself, causing [the man] to fall to the ground.”

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  1. Could she have said Adam more times?

    “Adam” “Adam” “Adam” “Adam” “Adam” “Adam” “Adam” “Adam”

    ROFL

  2. At first I read Veteran and immediately sided with him out of the deserved respect.. the I read NFL!!

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