RISING SUN, Ind. (AP) – Former Denver Broncos cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones has accepted a plea agreement following his arrest at an Indiana casino. The Cincinnati Enquirer reports that Jones initially faced charges including battery, cheating at gambling and resisting arrest.
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Court records show additional cheating charges were filed Thursday. Prosecutor Lynn Deddens told the newspaper they were dismissed as part of the plea, which has to be approved by a judge.
Jones’ attorney, David Zerbe, declined to comment.READ MORE: Aurora Police: Suspected Drunk Driver Survives Crash That Killed Passenger
Jones was arrested in February at the Rising Star Casino in Rising Sun, Indiana, about 25 miles southwest of Cincinnati. The 35-year-old is accused of becoming verbally combative and disorderly after agents were called to investigate possible cheating.
Jones spent eight seasons with the Bengals, and played for the Tennessee Titans and Dallas Cowboys before joining the Broncos last season.MORE NEWS: Westbound US 36 Reopens Between Foothills Parkway And Table Mesa Drive After Crash
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