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Former NFL player defends self against attacker

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Adam “Pac Man” Jones has been in trouble with the law before. However, this time, he did not get in trouble after an incident where he was defending himself.

Jones, who was born in Atlanta, Georgia, was in Atlanta on Tuesday night when he touched down at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. That’s when an Airport employee, Frank Ragin, reportedly “made a gesture towards Jones.”

Adam “Pac Man” Jones (Getty Images)

After the NFL player confronted Ragin, there was a verbal alternation, before a fight broke out between the two.

“Mr. Ragin eventually struck Mr. Jones with a closed fist,” cops say. “Causing a laceration to Mr. Jones’ face. Mr. Jones then started to defend himself, causing Mr. Ragin to fall to the ground.”

Mr. Ragin was charged with two counts of battery. Jones reportedly, according to TMZ, refused medical treatment.

According to the video, which was obtained by TMZ Sports, Jones was trying to avoid an altercation. Both individuals were attempted to be restrained by individuals at the airport.

However, Ragin then said “Fuck that N*gga, What’s Up Man?” Then attacked Jones into a closed store’s gated door.

Jones squared up, despite a woman saying no. Ragin called him a “b*itch a** n*gga, then Jones threw multiple punches, causing Ragin to fall to the ground. While he was down, Jones also got in a few more parting shots before leaving the incident.

Jones last played in the NFL with the Cincinnati Bengals in 2017. He started nine games and had 19 tackles, one interception, and four pass deflections.

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