Column: NFL Should Ban 'Pacman' for Good

Column: NFL Should Ban 'Pacman' for Good

There are 31 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Jun 20, 2007, titled Column: NFL Should Ban 'Pacman' for Good. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

You know you're a big time athlete when you've got a posse to do your dirty work for you.

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Bill

Asheville, NC

#1 Jun 20, 2007
This guy is just like George Bush, he just will not go away. Bill
Kevin

Onalaska, WI

#2 Jun 20, 2007
Amen to that!!!. The NFL doesn't need gangbanger thugs like Jones.
chris

Cape Coral, FL

#3 Jun 20, 2007
get that trashy piece of crap out of the league. the guy belongs in thugville.
Coward kerry

Raymore, MO

#4 Jun 20, 2007
What a piece of XXXX the nfl should have a no tolerance policy, One strike and your're gone.
Coward kerry

Raymore, MO

#5 Jun 20, 2007
Bill wrote:
This guy is just like George Bush, he just will not go away. Bill
hahahah you lost twice. do you beat off to kerry photos?
Lawdog

Boca Raton, FL

#6 Jun 20, 2007
DIRTBAG with money !!
AIYA

Oceanside, CA

#7 Jun 20, 2007
Wow, I didn't know all that...
Man...
DannyBoy

Bethlehem, PA

#8 Jun 20, 2007
Suddenly all the venom about Ricky's ALLEDGED newest failed drug test seem a bit silly even if he did, eh?

Rhetorical, don't bother replying uber-con-dimwits.
xman

Largo, FL

#9 Jun 21, 2007
I, for one, am getting a little sick of the NFL, NBA,and various city governments trying to define the rules of life for everyone. Sure, Pacman is an Ahole but thats isn't a crime by itself. What do you mean, I can sell my unusable Dolphin tickets, and what's next??? A fee for anyone over 5'2" because the commissioner wants to level the playing field?

For once I would like to see the public stand up to the mini-dictators of the world who think the cure to everything is another law or set of rules (else a law suit). Sometimes I feel like we would be much better off to ban the NFL, NBA, and MLB. Don't these Aholes realize they are just stinkin' game commissioners? I don't need no stinkin' game commissioner telling me what I can or can't do! There is so much more to life than sitting on the sofa or in the stands watching bunch of idiots playing a game. I'm goin' fishing ... oh, can't do that? There's a rule that only permits fishing on the third Tuesday of the month?.. really? and second & third for guys under 6 ft. tall?? dang!
OK, enough rantings.
xman

Largo, FL

#10 Jun 21, 2007
Coward kerry wrote:
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hahahah you lost twice. do you beat off to kerry photos?
but the tides are turning and the facists are going down.
lee

Mount Vernon, WA

#11 Jun 21, 2007
ban him from nfl, sentence him to jail. he doesn't deserve to be in nfl. i'm sure he's replacable.

“Fins Rule”

Since: May 07

Port St Joe, FL

#13 Jun 21, 2007
Being as good as any DB in the NFL, Jones is not going to be easily "replaceable". A crime is a crime and his are very serious. If the NFL doesn't ban him for life from the game it would be nothing less than a travesty. This guy is an insult to his team, parents, and himself.
As far as the comment about "one strike and you're out, everyone makes mistakes and no one is perfect. Jones however has had one to many strikes and needs to be in prison with the rest of his entourage.
Just glad we as Dolfans did not waste yet another pick on a guy like this. Hopefully what Cam and Randy are doing will prevent things like this happening to the Dolphins.
JonesVickthugs

Felda, FL

#14 Jun 21, 2007
You know, these "players" live out the rap video lifestyle with reckless abandon. What a big baby,Pac-man hides behind his friends and their guns. Michael Vick tries to hide behind his ignorance and friends. Both "players" are a disgrace to the NFL. Goodell has alot of work ahead of him, but he is headed in the right direction.
Ray Lewis BETTER thank his lucky stars that Roger was not in charge when he was going around killing people.
Coward kerry

Raymore, MO

#15 Jun 21, 2007
xman wrote:
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but the tides are turning and the facists are going down.
What do want to bet your boy pacman is a democrat? Any takers? liberal a-clowns.
finboss

Chickasha, OK

#16 Jun 21, 2007
`Here's how the "lifetime ban" may work out; if the Titans cut this fool no team in the league (even the Bengals) is going to be stupid enough to sign him. He'll never play football again. I'm glad he is not a Miami Dolphin.
Chris

Ballston Spa, NY

#17 Jun 21, 2007
xman wrote:
I, for one, am getting a little sick of the NFL, NBA,and various city governments trying to define the rules of life for everyone. Sure, Pacman is an Ahole but thats isn't a crime by itself. What do you mean, I can sell my unusable Dolphin tickets, and what's next??? A fee for anyone over 5'2" because the commissioner wants to level the playing field?
For once I would like to see the public stand up to the mini-dictators of the world who think the cure to everything is another law or set of rules (else a law suit). Sometimes I feel like we would be much better off to ban the NFL, NBA, and MLB. Don't these Aholes realize they are just stinkin' game commissioners? I don't need no stinkin' game commissioner telling me what I can or can't do! There is so much more to life than sitting on the sofa or in the stands watching bunch of idiots playing a game. I'm goin' fishing ... oh, can't do that? There's a rule that only permits fishing on the third Tuesday of the month?.. really? and second & third for guys under 6 ft. tall?? dang!
OK, enough rantings.
Holy friggen crap.
Do YOU even know wtf you just said?
they should really start screening who they let own computers these days...
Nicholas

Miami, FL

#18 Jun 21, 2007
The heck with the NFL he should be shot in the back and put in a wheal chair for life paralyze him tick for tack.
Budman

Reagan, TN

#19 Jun 21, 2007
He can star in the next real version of the longest yard. Good Riddance.
woody hayes

San Antonio, TX

#20 Jun 21, 2007
Give me a break. This man should not lose his opportunity to work at his chosen profession just because of these incidents. Suspended? Yes.
He may not be the sharpest card in the deck, but he plays football ferchristsake. He's not a school superintendent or a CEO of a hospital.
Look at his past and give him a chance to outgrow it. He's been treated with kid gloves his entire school life because of his god given talent and now he supposed to stop living the way we let him for all these years?
Don't be so naive and harsh to judge, especially since society is partly to blame for his sense of entitlement.
Titan4Ever

O Fallon, MO

#21 Jun 21, 2007
xman wrote:
I, for one, am getting a little sick of the NFL, NBA,and various city governments trying to define the rules of life for everyone. Sure, Pacman is an Ahole but thats isn't a crime by itself. What do you mean, I can sell my unusable Dolphin tickets, and what's next??? A fee for anyone over 5'2" because the commissioner wants to level the playing field?
For once I would like to see the public stand up to the mini-dictators of the world who think the cure to everything is another law or set of rules (else a law suit). Sometimes I feel like we would be much better off to ban the NFL, NBA, and MLB. Don't these Aholes realize they are just stinkin' game commissioners? I don't need no stinkin' game commissioner telling me what I can or can't do! There is so much more to life than sitting on the sofa or in the stands watching bunch of idiots playing a game. I'm goin' fishing ... oh, can't do that? There's a rule that only permits fishing on the third Tuesday of the month?.. really? and second & third for guys under 6 ft. tall?? dang!
OK, enough rantings.
Man, you just don't get it. Punkman has the right to do anything he wants. But not as a representitive of the NFL. Kids look up to these guys. How do you explain to a kid that his hero was hanging with his homies at the strip club when people were shot. Or about how he fought and spit on women at these strip clubs. Or, how he said if he had to decide between the NFL and his homies, he would choose his homies. Or about when asked if he was going to change, he replied "F--K You! I aint changing for nobody!"
The problem is that he is not mis-understood. The problem is that us fans in Tennessee DO understand what kind of person he truley is.

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