Cornerback Adam Jones, lately of the Cincinnati Bengals, has seven arrests since entering the NFL-- the same number as Kenny Britt. But based on Pac-Man's additional variables of a previous college arrest (2004), his car being seized in a cocaine bust (2006), brutally beating up a stripper (2007), and a civil suit for biting someone's ankle (2007), it's a no-brainer that Mr. Jones deserves the No. 1 spot all to himself.
We have not even discussed the matters for which Jones has actually been arrested since entering the NFL in 2005. These are:
- A valet parking tantrum at a charity luncheon (2005) during which Jones went postal because his car was not returned quickly enough, and then refused to pay because he said he didn't have any money.
- A fight at someone's home in 2006 wherein he was arrested for marijuana possession and obstructing an officer.
- One month later, police searched Jones' car and the vehicle reeked of marijuana. Arrested again.
- Engaged in a physical argument with a woman at a Tennessee nightclub (2006). Shoving ensued, Pac-Man refused to leave the club, and was arrested again.
- Spat in the face of another woman who he claimed took his wallet at a different Tennessee nightclub (2006). He was arrested for misdemeanor assault and suspended one game.
- The infamous 2007 NBA All-Star Game shooting, wherein Jones grabbed a stripper by her hair and pounded her skull against the ground for picking up money that Jones had thrown down there himself. In the ensuing melee, one of Jones' associates returned to the club with a handgun, shooting three people. Jones was charged with felony coercion of witnesses (that's fancy legalese for offering people $15,000 to lie to the police), and suspended for a full NFL season.
- Your standard, regular Adam Jones nightclub argument at a Cincinnati club in 2011 resulting in his seventh arrest, this time for disorderly conduct while intoxicated and resisting arrest.
So go ahead and laugh at Titus Young and his "whopping" his four arrests. By NFL arrest standards, the third-year receiver is still a rookie.