NFL player Pacman Jones attacked by employee at airport

Brenda Watkins
July 12, 2018

National Football League veteran cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones was assaulted by an airport contract worker at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta Tuesday (July 10), resulting in the arrest of the worker, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reported.

Frank Ragin, who can be seen wearing his orange airport vest in the video, makes a gesture at Jones and initiates the fight. Police said Ragin was the instigator and Pacman was defending himself. Bad news for him is that he was identified as the one who started the fight and was therefore arrested. Police eventually determined Ragin was the primary aggressor.

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Adam "Pacman" Jones on Tuesday found himself involved in yet another incident in which police were called, but it does not sound as if the veteran cornerback was the instigator this time.

Jones and a female companion of his declined medical treatment. Two months later, he was again arrested after a Tennessee State University student said he spit on her at a nightclub. A skirmish broke out when a security guard intervened. Jones was suspended for the entire 2007 National Football League season and a portion of the 2008 season. He also pleaded guilty to obstructing a police officer past year, served a few days in jail and was suspended by the league for a game. After missing just two games over the past five years, Jones played just nine games last season due to a groin injury which landed him on injured reserve. First to fight an National Football League player.

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