'Pacman' Jones Sets Fire to Joe Haden Jerseys

Adam 'Pacman' Jones received a special package of signed Joe Haden Steelers jerseys in his mailbox and the for Bengal was none too thrilled about the package.

To show how upset he was, Jones took the jerseys out of the package, pouring lighter fluid on them, and setting them on fire in his driveway. Said Jones, "I'ma show you how gangsta I am. Whoever sent these punk-ass Haden Pittsburgh jerseys, all these b----es about to get fired up."

Haden responded via his Instagram, "You think I really would go out of my way to send signed Haden jerseys? No. I know you, Pacman. We've run into each other lots of times. I've got respect for you."

Pacman Jones spent eight years with the Cincinnati Bengals. His first season with the Bengals was the first year for Joe Haden with the Browns, who would then later sign with the Steelers after seven years in Cleveland.

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