(NEW YORK) — The NFL has asked Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones be part of a panel discussion at the rookie symposium, which will be held June 24-30 in Ohio.
Jones has had a history of off-the-field issues in his career, but the NFL is hoping that those days are in the past.
“The message is, this is not a joke. At the end of the day you have to treat it like a business,” he told the Bengals website. “And you’re a business owner, and every decision you make is a reflection of you.”
“What you do on the field, what you do off the field, it’s all a reflection of you,” Jones said to the website. “Going to the club here, going to the club there. Having 100 people with you. Checking your advisers, your accountants. Just basic stuff.”
Jones is entering his third season with the club since being drafted by the Titans in 2005.
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