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A Las Vegas judge ordered Cincinnati Bengals CB Pacman Jones to pay $11.7 million dollars in damages to three persons as a result of his alleged role in a 2007 strip club shooting. Club owner Tommy Urbanski received the largest settlement, $9.6 million dollars for intentional infliction of emotional distress. Urbanski was paralyzed from the waist down after being shot. Jones was order to pay Kathy Urbanski $750,000 dollars. Aaron Cudworth, a former bouncer at the strip club who was shot twice, received a judgement for $3.1 million dollars. The Associated Press is reporting that Jones will appeal the judge’s ruling. In a twist of irony, Jones was selected by the NFL to address incoming league rookies, advising them on how to avoid off-field issues and money management. Jones, 28, has never appeared in a full season slate of games in his career, with his best season coming in 2006 with 63 tackles and four interceptions. With the Bengals last season, Jones appeared in eight games, reco...

Remember All That Cap Space?

As free agency began in March, the Bengals were estimated to have nearly $50M in salary cap space, the most in the league. This led fans to call on Mike Brown to dip into that sizable war chest and sign one of the top available free agents. But the front office turned a deaf ear to those wishes, ordering up a round of well-priced stouts rather than a couple of top-shelf haymakers...

Orson Charles exceeding Bengals coaches' expectations

As late as a few days going into the 2012 NFL Draft, many analysts had former University of Georgia tight end, Orson Charles, slated as a fringe first to second round draft pick in mock drafts. He was labeled as a "finisher" after catching and running with the ball, as well as a physical specimen. An unfortunate DUI incident had Charles slipping into the fourth round...

Dalton looking to take charge more

One of the bigger storylines surrounding Andy Dalton and the Bengals' offense during offseason workouts has mainly centered around arm strength.Had this been a vertical scheme run by former offensive coordinator Bob Bratkowski, the concerns would be warranted. But with Jay Gruden running a West Coast Offense, it is a more horizontal-based attack. That hasn't stopped Dalton...

Pacman ordered to pay $11M to victims

The troubled Bengals cornerback has stayed out of the news of late, but his involvement in an incident at a strip club in 2007 will now cost him dearly. 

Report: Pacman ordered to pay $11M

Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones has been ordered to pay nearly $11 million to the victims of a 2007 Las Vegas' strip club melee, reported. Two security guards, Aaron Cudworth and Thomas Urbanski, were shot outside Minxx strip club on NBA All-star weekend in 2007 after the club fight escalated outside into the parking lot. According to the...

Jury orders 'Pacman' Jones to pay $11 million

Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam ''Pacman'' Jones must pay $11 million in damages to two Las Vegas strip club employees injured in 2007 when a lone gunman claiming he was doing Jones' bidding attacked. A club manager who was left paralyzed and a former bouncer who was wounded stand to collect after the Friday afternoon verdict, which was first reported by the...

Bengals Cornerback Adam 'Pacman' Jones to Pay $11 Million in Damages to Las Vegas Strip Club Employees

LAS VEGAS -- Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones must pay $11 million in damages to two Las Vegas strip club employees injured in 2007 when a lone gunman claiming he was doing Jones' bidding opened fire outside the club. Tommy Urbanski, a club manager who was left paralyzed from the waist down, and Aaron Cudworth, a bouncer who was wounded, stand to collect...

"Pacman" Jones ordered to pay $11.7 million from 2007 shooting

Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones was ordered by a Las Vegas court to pay $11.7 million in damages to three victims for his role in a 2007 strip club shooting, reported. Jones was ordered to pay Tommy Urbanski $9.617 million for intentional infliction of emotional distress, $750,000 to Kathy Urbanski for loss of consortium and $1 million along...

Adam “Pacman” Jones to speak at NFL rookie symposium

The NFL rookie symposium will welcome a different kind of speaker this year, and he happens to know a thing or two about what not to do as an NFL player. Cincinnati Bengals CB Adam “Pacman” Jones, will address the rookies at this year’s symposium, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer. “I want to tell them what I went through and hopefully not make the same mistakes...
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