are reporting that Pacman Jones has been involved in another incident at a strip club. A 2:30 a.m. altercation at Club Blaze, a DeKalb County strip club, was followed by a shooting on I-285. Fortunately, no one was shot but one man was scratched by flying plastic. Investigators want to question Jones about the incident. If Pacman had any hopes about commissioner Roger Goodell reducing his yearlong suspension to ten games, they are now dashed. In a meeting with Goodell before his suspension, Pacman told the commissioner he was imposing a curfew on himself and would stay out of strip clubs. It doesn't look like he intended to abide by his pledge and doesn't look like he really means what he says. After his suspension, Pacman promised to change his ways:WSB-TV and The Atlanta Journal Constitution
"I understand my responsibilities to my teammates, the Tennessee Titans, and our fans, and I am committed to turning my life around and being a positive member of the NFL going forward."Pacman still faces charges in Georgia and may face charges in Nevada and Tennessee in other incidents. The question is no longer whether Pacman will be back with the Titans this year, it is now if he'll be back with them at all.