Jones approached Ragin and a verbal altercation ensued. The altercation ended after Jones knocked the worker to the ground, before being ushered away by onlookers.
A man named Frank Ragin has done the impossible: Made Adam "Pacman" Jones the good guy. Ragin also struck Jones' female companion, causing an injury to her hand.
Officials determined Ragin - NOT Pacman - was the primary aggressor and he was arrested for 2 counts of battery. Jones and his companion reportedly declined medical attention while Ragin was reportedly taken to the hospital. Shortly after the Tennessee Titans drafted him in 2005, Jones was arrested for assault and felony vandalism for an incident at a Nashville nightclub. A skirmish broke out when a security guard intervened.
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Del Potro raised his game again, though, claiming his third tie-break success of the match to book his date with Nadal. One of those was on double fault in the tiebreak and the giant Argentine pounced to level the tie.
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.
Then, as things tend to do when Jones is involved, the proceedings got physical. Most recently, he played for the Cincinnati Bengals.
This is not the first time the National Football League star made headlines off the field.