Pacman Jones Eats His Words And Apologizes To Antonio Brown For Saying That He Faked Concussion


Last Saturday, the Cincinnati Bengals were penalized late in their AFC wildcard playoff game against the Steelers after linebacker Vontaze Burfict knocked out Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown with this dirty hit.

After the game, Bengals cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones went on the Dan Patrick show to claim that Antonio Brown was faking his concussion and even went as far to say that Brown deserved a Grammy.

“Man, Antonio Brown was not hurt. I know he was faking it. Go back and look at the play. If you go back and slow-motion the play, you tell me that Vontaze [Burfict] hit him in the head. Or did his shoulder pad barely touch him?”​

After backlash from fans and media, Jones backtracked and said he would apologize if Brown missed the Steeler’s next playoff game.

Fast forward to today.

After news broke of Brown missing the Steelers upcoming playoff game this Sunday, Jones did keep his word and went on Instagram to apologize to AB.

@antoniobrown84 I truly apologize !!!!!! That's my word !!!

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Pacman is probably better off keeping his mouth shut next time.