Adam 'Pacman' Jones Will Apologize to Antonio Brown If He's Out Against Broncos

Thomas DuffyFeatured ColumnistJanuary 12, 2016


Three days later, Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones is still going off about what went down Saturday against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

He claims Antonio Brown faked an injury after an illegal hit from linebacker Vontaze Burfict, which drew a critical penalty flag. Jones was then hit with another personal foul penalty, which put the Steelers in position to kick a game-winning field goal.

He says Brown wasn't actually hurt:

Jones also said Brown winked at him while being helped off the field.

On Tuesday, Jones told Brandon Marshall, the New York Jets receiver who is also a host on Inside The NFL, that he will apologize to AB—as long as he doesn't play against the Denver Broncos this Sunday.

“But you know and I know,” Jones chuckled, “that when [Sunday] gets here, all that is going out the window, man. ... He will be cleared.”

Hopefully Brown responds on Twitter again.