Former Cincinnati Bengals defensive corner Adam "Pac Man" Jones was assaulted at Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport on Tuesday night around 10 p.m.
Police said a fight broke out, and Ragin caused a laceration to Jones' face by striking him with a closed fist before also injuring the hand of a woman accompanying Jones.
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In video of the incident obtained by TMZ, Ragin seems to make contact first.
Officials determined Ragin - NOT Pacman - was the primary aggressor and he was arrested for 2 counts of battery. Jones, 34, promptly removed his backpack and gave Ragin the business.
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After the hit, police say that Jones defended himself and pushed Ragin to the ground.
While he wasn't adjudged to be the guilty party in this particular incident, Jones does have a checkered history when it comes to off the field issues over the course of his career. On August 25, 2006, during training camp, Jones was arrested in Murfreesboro, Tennessee for disorderly conduct and public intoxication. He also pleaded guilty to obstructing a police officer past year, served a few days in jail and was suspended by the league for a game. In the end, the other guy falls onto his back before Jones is pulled away. The airline staffer, not the National Football League player, made first contact by attacking with a closed first, authorities claim.
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