Adam "Pacman" Jones was the sixth overall pick by, the Tennessee Titans, in the 2005 NFL draft.
Currently on the Cincinnati Bengals injured reserve list, Jones hasn't been the sharpest tool in the shed to say the least through out his career.
When drafted he was already on probation for an incident during his time at West Virginia University.
Before he even stepped foot on a professional football field he was arrested for assault charges and felony vandalism at a night club.
You'll think I'm repeating many things in this slide, but, nope this is just how stupid Jones really is.
What a year this was for Jones, he had four altercations with the law in one year.
First, in February, he was arrested in Georgia for an incident outside a home. Somehow he managed to get a marijuana possession dropped—my guess is money—but was charged on felony and misdemeanor counts of obstruction of justice by the state.
Second, in April, a Cadillac with the name, Pacman, stitched in the head rest of a car was seized by police during a cocaine bust. Leading police to questioning him yet again. He claimed to have loaned the car to a friend who was the one busted for drugs.
Third, in August, the villain was arrested in Tennessee during training camp for disorderly conduct and public intoxication, claiming a women stole his wallet.
Last but not least, in October, he was cited for misdemeanor assault for allegedly spitting in the face of a female at a nightclub in Nashville, Tennessee.
This was the last straw for the Titans and Pacman was suspended one game.
The fun doesn't stop there for Jones.
During NBA All-Star weekend in Las Vegas, he was allegedly involved in altercation with an exotic dancer at a strip club.
The altercation began because Jones thought it would be cool to "make it rain"—throwing money in the air. However, apparently that money wasn't meant for the strippers.
When a women started picking up his money he flipped out and slammed her head on the stage and threatened a security guards life.
Jones, didn't stop there.
The club owner claims that Jones and his entourage later returned and shot up the place. Resulting in three people being shot, including the security guard he said he would kill and paralyzed another individual from the waist down.
Somehow, Jones, was never convicted of any crime for any of this.
NFL commissioner, Rodger Goodell finally said enough-is-enough and suspended the cornerback for one year.
You think that's it? Nope.
Just a few months later he was questioned by police in Atlanta for another strip club shooting, allegedly involving his entourage.
Eventually you'd think he would find some new friends to hang out with.
The troubled cornerback was traded to the Dallas Cowboys in exchange for a fourth-round pick.
He was cleared to play by the commissioner in June for the 2008 season.
In October, Jones was involved in yet another altercation, this time with his own bodyguard.
No police report was ever filed, however, due to violating the league's personal conduct policy he was suspended four games, eventually resulting into six games.
In January, Jones was released by the Cowboys, due to the fact he had became a suspect for the 2007 shooting in Las Vegas.
The same year he was offered a contract by the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, however, the contract was later revoked when he didn't even know that the Bombers played in the Canadian Football League.
He signed a two-year deal with the Cincinnati Bengals and somehow has managed to stay out of trouble.
Where and when will he strike next, that is the question? Most likely it will be three in the morning at some strip club.