Fisher to suspend Jones for Jacksonville game

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Titans Coach Jeff Fisher will announce after practice today that cornerback Pacman Jones will not play in Sunday's game at Jacksonville as part of his punishment for his latest off-the-field incident. Full Story
Kimmally

United States

#1 Nov 1, 2006
Dear Pac-Man Jones:

I wanted to write to tell you thank you. Thank you for the role model that you are being for my sons. I have drilled in to my boys dignity and respect. You have shown my boys what they look like when they are not dignified and respectful. I have tried to teach my boys humility. You have given them the example of how they look when they are not humble. I have taught my boys consequences. You have been the example to them as to how they have to face consequences for their wrongdoings. I have taught my boys to own up to their mistakes. You have shown them how they look when they try to push the blame on someone else.

When I use the term role model, it can be taken in several different ways. When my boys need a positive role model I have them look to their father. I have them look to our soldiers. I have them look to their youth leaders. I have them look to their teachers. I have them look to their coaches. Even their barber is a great example of a man and I have them look to him. I applaud your success as a football player. However, the role model that you are portraying to our young people is teaching them how not to be. My four boys are well balanced and every one of them have a smart head on their shoulders. Even my eight year old is mature enough to know that Pac Man Jones is not who he looks to for positive influence.

My boys may never be a rich football player and that is just fine with me. Because being a great football player is not my definition of success. They will be a positive contributor to society. That is my definition of success. They will befriend the friendless and help the homeless. They will be good husbands and fathers.

I am and always will be proud to be their mother. The Titans might feel that they still need you to be a valuable asset to their team. As a positive role model, we do not need you. But we’ll keep you around to show our future men how not to be.
steve

AOL

#2 Nov 1, 2006
Kimmally wrote:
Dear Pac-Man Jones:
I wanted to write to tell you thank you. Thank you for the role model that you are being for my sons. I have drilled in to my boys dignity and respect. You have shown my boys what they look like when they are not dignified and respectful. I have tried to teach my boys humility. You have given them the example of how they look when they are not humble. I have taught my boys consequences. You have been the example to them as to how they have to face consequences for their wrongdoings. I have taught my boys to own up to their mistakes. You have shown them how they look when they try to push the blame on someone else.
When I use the term role model, it can be taken in several different ways. When my boys need a positive role model I have them look to their father. I have them look to our soldiers. I have them look to their youth leaders. I have them look to their teachers. I have them look to their coaches. Even their barber is a great example of a man and I have them look to him. I applaud your success as a football player. However, the role model that you are portraying to our young people is teaching them how not to be. My four boys are well balanced and every one of them have a smart head on their shoulders. Even my eight year old is mature enough to know that Pac Man Jones is not who he looks to for positive influence.
My boys may never be a rich football player and that is just fine with me. Because being a great football player is not my definition of success. They will be a positive contributor to society. That is my definition of success. They will befriend the friendless and help the homeless. They will be good husbands and fathers.
I am and always will be proud to be their mother. The Titans might feel that they still need you to be a valuable asset to their team. As a positive role model, we do not need you. But we’ll keep you around to show our future men how not to be.
AMEN!!!
Gomer

Rochester, NY

#3 Nov 2, 2006
Why would any team draft someone named "pac man?"

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