ATLANTA (AP) – Suspended NFL player Adam “Pacman” Jones was being sought by police for questioning about a shooting early Monday involving members of...

ATLANTA (AP) – Suspended NFL player Adam “Pacman” Jones was being sought by police for questioning about a shooting early Monday involving members of his entourage after a fight at an Atlanta strip club.

The Tennessee Titans cornerback is currently on suspension following a melee and shooting at a Las Vegas strip club.

Jones, his group and three other people got into a fight, apparently over a woman, at a club around 4 a.m., officer Ariel Toledo said.

After everyone involved left the strip club – the three people in one car, and Jones and his entourage in three other cars – someone in Jones’ group shot at the car, and the others returned fire, Toledo said. . .

Toledo said Jones was not present when the shots were fired.

“We believe he knows some of his entourage who were involved in the shooting,” Toledo said. “On himself, we do not have any charges on him. He wasn’t there when the shooting occurred.” . . . (Full Story)

NFL Draft
After his junior year, Jones opted to forgo his senior year and declare eligible for the NFL Draft. He was the first defensive player drafted, taken 6th overall by the Tennessee Titans in the 2005 NFL Draft. He then missed most of training camp, holding out in a contract dispute.

After Jones had signed the deal with the Titans, he donated money to the 100 Club, which supports the families of firefighters, police, and emergency workers financially. Also in 2005, Jones traveled to Pearl Cohn High School in Nashville, Tennessee to help the school after one of its football players had died in a car crash, while others were injured. Jones reached out to the team during the season, and afterwards still made weekly trips to the team to encourage the players, showing up at at least two games that season. Jones also donated money so Nashville firefighters and police officers could get newer uniforms.

Browse Tennessee Titans Tickets

Thanks to www.wikipedia.org, www.ticketliquidator.com and www.aol.com