This story is as old as the ticket from the last Bengals win in the playoffs, but Friday clarified something you should probably know about Adam "Pacman" Jones.
He's an idiot.
Jones has made an ass of himself on television and radio this week by claiming that Antonio Brown has been faking a concussion after taking a cheap shot from Vontaze Burfict in last Saturday's AFC Wild Card Game, where Burfict and Jones each received personal fouls after the same play, essentially losing the game for the Bengals, as Pittsburgh kicked a field goal to go ahead and win 18-16.
It was just announced earlier Friday that Antonio Brown was ruled out of Sunday's AFC Divisional round game against the Denver Broncos, after being in concussion protocol all week.
Let's recap the week in Pacman Jones making an ass of himself.
It started right after Saturday's loss. Jones took to Instagram to curse out the refs and he was furious that "Jerry" Porter was on the field when he got flagged for putting hands on an official.
He deleted the video, but this is the internet. Nothing ever goes away completely.
A good primer for what was to come during the week.
On The Dan Patrick Show Monday, Jones accused Antonio Brown of faking his concussion, setting off a media firestorm, especially in Pittsburgh.
Before we move on, let me bring this up. Jones calls Joey Porter "Jerry" Porter, and he said Antonio Brown deserved a Grammy, which anyone would half a brain knows is given out for music. Goes to show you that Jones' IQ is far lower than his jersey number. Maybe even his shoe size. Two minutes into this interview, he made my IQ drop a few points.
Moving on. Jones appeared on Showtime's Inside the NFL Wednesday night, he said he would apologize to Brown if he was ruled out.
Well Pacman. Do you have something to say to Antonio Brown?
Oh, and Pacman, the Steelers play Sunday, not Saturday. Three things he has gotten wrong to cap of the idiot trifecta, which most people don't accomplish in less than a week.
Let's see if Jones gets on a phone or in front of the camera to apologize. Knowing his track record, he probably won't. But if he does, I will be sure to post it here.
UPDATE (4pm): Via Instagram, Pacman Jones apologized to Antonio Brown.