Pacman Jones Makes Good On His Promise, Apologizes To Antonio Brown
Jake ODonnell 04:52 pm, January 15th, 2016
In case you missed it, Adam "Pacman" Jones told Dan Patrick he thought Antonio Brown was "faking it" after Vontaze Burfict blasted him with a full-speed, helmet-to-helmet hit in Saturday's brutal Steelers-Bengals AFC Wild-Card Game.
If this is phony, Leonardo DiCaprio's not getting his Oscar this year.
When confronted with the possibility that Brown might actually have had a legitimate reason to lay motionless on the field, Jones told part-time talk show host Brandon Marshall that he would apologize if Brown did not play the following week.
SPOILER ALERT: Antonio Brown has been ruled out for Sunday's AFC Divisional Playoffs Game against the Denver Broncos.
What do you think, guys -- is Pacman sincerely apologizing or is he faking it?