Friday, February 1, 2008


A Tennessee judge dismissed misdemeanor charges against suspended NFL player Adam "Pacman" Jones on Thursday, agreeing with a prosecutor that the Titans cornerback has been punished enough with his legal trouble over the past year.

Jones knows his behavior outside a Murfreesboro nightclub on the night of his August 2006 arrest was inappropriate, District Attorney General William Whitesell said at a hearing to reconsider a previous plea deal on the charges.

"It's cost him a lot more money than what the court would fine him," Whitesell said of Jones' yearlong suspension from the NFL, following a series of arrests. "Mr. Jones hopefully has learned something and been punished enough."

General Sessions Judge David Loughry ordered Jones on Thursday to apologize to the court. He has already written a letter of apology to the arresting officer.

Incarcerated QB and convicted dog abuser Michael Vick (pictured above with some friends) issued a statement saying, "Hey, what about me? I'm sorry too…I can write letters."

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