Adam ''Pacman'' Jones says his eagerness to play Sunday in Tennessee has nothing to do with what happened during his stormy three years as a Titan.
After a year away because of a neck injury, the Cincinnati Bengals cornerback and punt returner just wants to get on the field for an entire game.
The Bengals (5-2) will visit the place where Jones' career started with such great promise and crashed so fast. He was the sixth overall pick in 2005 and earned a starting job as a rookie, but let his career quickly unravel with a series of arrests and suspensions.
Now 28, Jones has revived his career with the Bengals, who signed him last season after he'd been out of football for a year. The game on Sunday is a chance to show Tennessee (4-3) that he's still around.
''I know people are like, `He can't wait to get back down there and show off' or this and that,'' Jones said. ''But I've came to past with Tennessee. I have no regrets. I'm happy here in Cincinnati. The city of Cincinnati is wh...