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In Exile Pacman Jones
August 27, 2007
LAST WEEK NFL commissioner Roger Goodell reminded everyone that Michael Vick hasn't made him forget about another of the league's high-profile miscreants, suspended Titans cornerback Pacman Jones. "I've said to Pacman ... 'You have to earn your way back into the National Football League,'" Goodell said. "I was disappointed with some of the activities that Pacman got involved [with] this spring." That hasn't stopped Jones (suspended for the 2007 season) from dabbling in all the usual activities of a moonlighting jock. On Aug. 12 he took part in a TNA wrestling event, and last week he said he and rap producer Spoaty will team up on a single called Let It Shine. The duo will be called Posterboyz, and the track will be distributed by Jones's National Street League Records. But even that's a problem: The NFL is looking into whether Jones's label name—the NSL—infringes on league copyrights.
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August 27, 2007

In Exile Pacman Jones

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LAST WEEK NFL commissioner Roger Goodell reminded everyone that Michael Vick hasn't made him forget about another of the league's high-profile miscreants, suspended Titans cornerback Pacman Jones. "I've said to Pacman ... 'You have to earn your way back into the National Football League,'" Goodell said. "I was disappointed with some of the activities that Pacman got involved [with] this spring." That hasn't stopped Jones (suspended for the 2007 season) from dabbling in all the usual activities of a moonlighting jock. On Aug. 12 he took part in a TNA wrestling event, and last week he said he and rap producer Spoaty will team up on a single called Let It Shine. The duo will be called Posterboyz, and the track will be distributed by Jones's National Street League Records. But even that's a problem: The NFL is looking into whether Jones's label name—the NSL—infringes on league copyrights.

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