Adam "Pacman" Jones reportedly threatened a Jets receiver over dirty play. (Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images)
Bengals cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones reportedly threatened Jets wide receiver David Nelson during the Bengals' 49-9 win Sunday, according to the New York Daily News's Manish Mehta.
Jones, in his fourth season with Cincinnati after beginning his NFL career making more headlines off the field than on, reportedly resorted to threatening Nelson in response to what Jones perceived to be dirty play. Nelson was penalized for unnecessary roughness on the last play of the third quarter.
From the Daily News:
“I’m going to find out where you live and come and get you,” Jones told Nelson, according to a source.
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Jones accused Nelson of multiple cheap shots via Bengals.com.
(Nelson) was playing dirty," Jones told the team’s website. "He cut me like four times after the play. Thank God I took my medicine today - I guess - and I didn't go off. Hopefully, he'll get fined. At least three fines. There were three real cheap shots after the play.”
Jones also told Bengals.com that he had a second-half run-in with Jets coach Rex Ryan.
"He told me to shut the hell up," Jones told Bengals.com.