The Dallas Cowboys are now 100% Pacman Free.
On Wednesday, ESPN was reporting that three Atlanta-area men allege that Adam “Don’t Call Me Pacman” Jones arranged for someone to shoot at them two months AFTER his original June 2007 suspension by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell . . . on another shooting charge at a Vegas strip club. (Seems like he has some problems with pre-mature discharge, doesn’t it?) That revelation was enough for the Dallas Cowboys to decide to release Mr. Jones on the first day teams are allowed to waive players . . . which apprently surprised the troubled player. Said Jones to reporters, “Surprised? Yeah, I was surprised. All I can do is keep working hard, keep my nose clean and hope for the best.” As to the allegations reported by ESPN, Jones seemed to indicate that the reports were false and someone’s ass was going to get popp—er, sued. “It will be a lawsuit in a week against ESPN,” Jones said. “That’s stupid. It’s so stupid I have no more comments.”
We believe you Pacman, I mean, Mr. Jones, sir.
BADJOCKS VIDEO GAME BONUS: But hey, why doesn’t the NFL turn this negative into a positive and release a video game based on Mr. Jones wacky misadventures? The could call it PacMan Jones “Strip Club Shootout”. In it, you get to be Jones, or a member of his entourage, and select a weapon of your choice (handgun, semi-automatic rifle, tank) and you’re dropped down in a city where police are trying to serve you with felony warrants. The object of the game is to elude them and run past strip joints WITHOUT discharging your weapons. (Which is, admittedly, difficult for Jones and his pals) The person with the most ammunition left at the end, wins! Below is a still from my prototype for the game. Roger Goodell, you know how to reach me with an offer.