Although still a phenomenal scumbag, Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Pacman Jones will speak to NFL rookies about avoiding trouble

Pacman Jones is an antihero.

Despite being as big a scumbag as ever, Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Pacman Jones will speak at the NFL Rookie Symposium for the second consecutive year in Aurora, Ohio.

A notorious scofflaw lacking any morals or decency, the 29-year-old Jones clearly struck a woman outside of a Cincinnati saloon on June 5.

“You are not going to trick an athlete. They know when it is dressed up and not real,” Troy Vincent, the NFL’s vice president of player engagement, told the Cincinnati Enquirer. “When you can sit among your peers and just talk about your life, someone is learning from that. They can look at him and see themselves from the way they look to where they have originated.”

Employed by three organizations since selected by the Tennessee Titans in 2005, the 5-foot-10, 186 pound Jones was banned from the league for the entire 2007 season and part of 2008.

Arrested in excess of a dozen times, the former TNA grappler “can sit among (his) peers and just talk about” life as an evil troublemaker.

Unfortunately, considering Jones remains a villainous degenerate, there is nothing beneficial “an athlete” can learn from the native Georgian.

Ideally, upcoming ballplayers will simply strive to mature into the polar opposite of Pacman Jones.

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