Independent cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones, who was lifted by the Denver Broncos in November, was arrested for public drunkenness, disorderly conduct and intimidation early Wednesday morning at Rising Sun Casino in Indiana, according to several reports.
Jones, 35, was enrolled at the Dearborn County Law Enforcement Center at 3:10 am EST.
Jones, a 14-year veteran of the NFL, played seven games with the Broncos last season. He made two starts and obtained an interception, three defended passes and nine tackles. He also returned 10 punts and four ankle boots for Denver.
Before joining the Broncos, Jones spent eight seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals. He was arrested in January 2017 for allegedly pushing a security guard and failing to comply with the security forces.
In a video at the back of a police car, Jones was showing a tirade against the agent who had arrested him and said: "I hope you die. tomorrow." The NFL has suspended Jones for the opening of the 2018 season after the incident.
He was charged with misdemeanor, disorderly conduct and obstruction of official activities, as well as a charge of harassment with a bodily substance for spitting on the hand of a nurse while It was reserved.
The prosecutor refused to prosecute the crime charge, and all other charges were dropped, except for the obstruction of official activities, for which Jones pleaded guilty.
Jones, who joined the Bengals in 2010, toppled his career in Cincinnati after the almost total suspension of the 2007 season after an incident at a Las Vegas nightclub that paralyzed a man. Jones was later ordered to pay $ 12 million in damages to the victim.