Jones Shows Restraint By Not Attacking Brown

Pacman Jones deserves credit for one thing, at least: At exactly 4'7", the pint-sized Jones is undoubtedly tough. Not only does he play professional football at a wee tiny height and shut down much larger wide receivers, he also has iron testes that, though you may grab them all you like, you will not hurt to the point of making him incur a 15 yard penalty on himself and his team. ↵

↵Your latest disgusting moment of grown men grabbing each others' breedin' parts comes from the squeeze-ee -- the colorful West Virginian Jones -- and his opponent in this case, alleged squeezer safety Nick Sorensen of the Cleveland Browns. The grab of the jumblies happened after a muffed punt in the third quarter. In the midst of the pile, Jones found the ball while Sorensen, losing the fight, decided to go for two. ↵

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↵⇥“I told that dude, ‘Man, you’re lucky I’m trying to do better, because I would have got 15 yards for kicking your [rear],’” Pacman said, per Tim MacMahon of the Dallas Morning News. ↵
↵Kudos for the Artist Formerly Known As Pacman and the restraint he showed. In all fairness, given the hands the Cleveland secondary displayed on Sunday, this was as close as they got to a ball up for grabs all day long.↵

This post originally appeared on the Sporting Blog. For more, see The Sporting Blog Archives.

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