Found April 28, 2012 on Larry Brown Sports:
PLAYERS: Jeff Fisher
Talented cornerback. Multiple off-the-field issues. Drafted by Jeff Fisher. The comparisons between Janoris Jenkins and Pacman Jones are evident. But because of one glaring difference, Jenkins doesn’t buy the link to the notoriously oft-troubled Jones. The Rams’ second-round pick jumped on SiriusXM radio with host Adam Schein on Friday and rejected the Pacman comparison when he was asked about it. His explanation was truly amusing: Jenkins on Pac Man comparison, “I never shot no one in a strip club.” This is true. — Adam Schein (@AdamSchein) April 28, 2012 I don’t think Pacman ever gave us a quote quite like that. There’s another difference Jenkins can add to the board. Photo credit: Kim Klement-US PRESSWIRE

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