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kashbo
03-07-2007, 01:26 PM
I was listening to cold pizza and they said the titans are willing to trade pacman jones, So I was wondering we should trade for him our 4th pick or 6th . Hopefully he can stay out of trouble and all.

Stringer Bell
03-07-2007, 01:28 PM
im sure we can get him for much less than a 2nd rounder...i wouldnt be surprised if they took a 4th or 5th for him

dominizzo
03-07-2007, 01:28 PM
LMAO!!! helll NO!!! Let him go to da Raiders

Al13
03-07-2007, 01:28 PM
this guy is a drug dealer he should just get traded to jail with no compensation straight up

IluvJuMiami
03-07-2007, 01:29 PM
Forget the 2nd rounder. Let's just give em the 81 thousand in cash Pac was throwing around plus 2 of the strippers.

MustangFinFan
03-07-2007, 01:30 PM
i think hes a decent CB, good return man...hes kinda small. but if we give him an incentive base contract, like Daunte Stallworth...id give up a 2nd day pick for him...a 6th.

kashbo
03-07-2007, 01:30 PM
Forget the 2nd rounder. Let's just give em the 81 thousand in cash Pac was throwing around plus 2 of the strippers.
lmfao:sidelol: :lol:
your right hes worth a 4th or 5th rounder

DolfanTom
03-07-2007, 01:31 PM
I was listening to cold pizza and they said the titans are willing to trade pacman jones, So I was wondering we should trade for him our 60th pick overall. Hopefully he can stay out of trouble and all.Umm ... NO!!!!!

Are you kidding here?

If it happened, it would actually test my Dolphin fandom, it really would!! More so than back-to-back 0-16 seasons ever could!!!

Not in a million years do I want this guy on "my" team!!!

putter1013
03-07-2007, 01:31 PM
I would be willing to give the man a chance. Would give us a good corner and a great KR/PR who could change games. Did it a lot with Titans last year. Single Handed, changed at least 2 or 3 games last year. Yeah he has problems. I would give a 4th or 5th for him in a heartbeat.

Stringer Bell
03-07-2007, 01:32 PM
i wouldnt even give him an incentive contract...thats hard for a CB...id just sign him to a really low contract...i think hed be happy just to be on a team at this point...if he doesnt end up in prison

Slim
03-07-2007, 01:33 PM
No offense to the beautiful city of Miami, but it would be an AWFUL fit for him. He'd get into 10x more mischief there.

That being said, the guy is exactly what we need. Shut down Corner + KR/PR Specialist... too bad he's a thug.

Al13
03-07-2007, 01:35 PM
No offense to the beautiful city of Miami, but it would be an AWFUL fit for him. He'd get into 10x more mischief there.

That being said, the guy is exactly what we need. Shut down Corner + KR/PR Specialist... too bad he's a thug.

but if he wouldn´t be a thug, he wouldn´t be available

OneHondo
03-07-2007, 01:35 PM
He would be easy to sign, just offer him an ounce of coke, two pounds of grass, a couple of Uzis and an apartment on South Beach and you got him locked up.

W.Welker83
03-07-2007, 01:38 PM
So does this mean that no one wants ricky williams back, I mean he has been suspended twice now and you guys are still willing to take him back, granted he has not done the things that pacman has done off the field but he is still on of the best returners in the game and a pretty good corner. Personally i think we should give it a shot.

SabanHater
03-07-2007, 01:38 PM
he needs to get thrown in jail. it's the best thing for him.
too many damn thugs in the world.... even ones that already
get paid tons of jack. that simply amazes me. go spend some
time in the slammer because you don't belong on a football field.
he'd rather kill people than get payed to play a game.

Raoul Duke
03-07-2007, 01:39 PM
He would be easy to sign, just offer him an ounce of coke, two pounds of grass, a couple of Uzis and an apartment on South Beach and you got him locked up.

no u'll get him locked up but he's already good at doing that himself...

MiamiFan1354
03-07-2007, 01:40 PM
He's Raider Material.. Nothing more.

kashbo
03-07-2007, 01:41 PM
So does this mean that no one wants ricky williams back, I mean he has been suspended twice now and you guys are still willing to take him back, granted he has not done the things that pacman has done off the field but he is still on of the best returners in the game and a pretty good corner. Personally i think we should give it a shot.

Im tellin you, we should give him a shot, Man bro I guess you have to change your sig and profile name

putter1013
03-07-2007, 01:42 PM
I agree with ya kashbro

emocomputerjock
03-07-2007, 01:45 PM
Im tellin you, we should give him a shot, Man bro I guess you have to change your sig and profile name


This idea keeps sounding worse every time it's brought up. You don't take a guy who may end up spending time in prison onto a team, and you sure as hell don't do it in South Florida. He's an average secondary player with return skills and a rap sheet longer than your arm. Why in the world would we want someone like that? On top of it all, we have to give up picks to get him? Oh hell no.

matty3054
03-07-2007, 01:48 PM
he may not even be in football next year
remember, Jones "may have" been involved in the murder of an innocent person in Vegas during the NBA's all-star weekend

he's a bad person....and he probably shouldnt be in the nfl...period

McMichael
03-07-2007, 01:48 PM
secound round pick?!?!? LLOL ... more like 5'th or 6'th

kashbo
03-07-2007, 01:49 PM
secound round pick?!?!? LLOL ... more like 5'th or 6'th

I agree with you

TheJetsBlow
03-07-2007, 01:49 PM
I was listening to cold pizza and they said the titans are willing to trade pacman jones, So I was wondering we should trade for him our 60th pick overall. Hopefully he can stay out of trouble and all.


No way, no How. Absolutely not. Not even discussion-worthy. That guy is a ****ing criminal.

DolfanDaveInATX
03-07-2007, 01:50 PM
So does this mean that no one wants ricky williams back, I mean he has been suspended twice now and you guys are still willing to take him back, granted he has not done the things that pacman has done off the field but he is still on of the best returners in the game and a pretty good corner. Personally i think we should give it a shot.

Pacman Jones is the Cincinnati Bengals rolled into one guy. He has had EIGHT off-field incidents in the last 22 months. He is the poster child for why the players union is asking the league to impose a three-strikes-you're-out policy for personal conduct. Dick Vermeil said in an interview last week that when he was coaching the Chiefs, they interviewed him at the Indy combine and removed him from their draft board as soon as he left because they knew he was going to be trouble. The best you can hope for is that his next incident -- and there WILL be a next -- only results in Pacman going to jail and not wind up getting himself or a teammate KILLED.

The difference with Ricky is that he has evidently learned from his mistakes and figured things out. (Look for the San Francisco Chronicle interview from last week.) Plus he has the best work ethic in the locker room and this team plays better when he's around. That's why you take the eccentric Ricky and pass on the thug Pacman.

putter1013
03-07-2007, 01:50 PM
If somehow we could keep him out of trouble you won't find that kind of talent in the 5th or 6th round.

Straztheman
03-07-2007, 01:51 PM
we shoudl give him a chance i mean wat r we really ognna get with a 6 roudn pick. I think we shoudl try him ut esp. b/ we have a veteran D to mentor him.

VanDolPhan
03-07-2007, 01:51 PM
Anyone who thinks Pacman belongs on this team is really beyond help.

It's a wasted pick for a guy who WILL end up in Jail.

kashbo
03-07-2007, 01:53 PM
we shoudl give him a chance i mean wat r we really ognna get with a 6 roudn pick. I think we shoudl try him ut esp. b/ we have a veteran D to mentor him.

I agree I think? lol I know what you mean

SabanHater
03-07-2007, 01:55 PM
he might bring a damn gun in to the locker room and kill someone. is that the chance you guys speak of? is that you want for a 6th round pick?

dolphinfan2334
03-07-2007, 01:58 PM
I would really like to see us sign him, if he gets cut like they are talking about.. He is a great return man and a good young corner.. So what if he has off the field problem jim brown and warren moon beat their wifes.. I am in no way saying beating your wife is ok.. but everyone gets in to some trouble once and a while.

NYinBostonFin
03-07-2007, 01:58 PM
Anyone who thinks Pacman belongs on this team is really beyond help.

It's a wasted pick for a guy who WILL end up in Jail.


+1

The guy is a complete scumbag. I can't believe people are even contemplating this.

TheJetsBlow
03-07-2007, 02:00 PM
I would be willing to give the man a chance. Would give us a good corner and a great KR/PR who could change games. Did it a lot with Titans last year. Single Handed, changed at least 2 or 3 games last year. Yeah he has problems. I would give a 4th or 5th for him in a heartbeat.


You would, huh? Well let me tell you something then: I was listening to Mike and the Mad Dog in NY right after NBA All-Star Weekend. A man called in to discuss the permannent paralasys of one of his wife's relatives. It turns out that he was shot by Pac-man's crew that night outside the club where Pacman slammed the stripper's head into the floor.

A bouncer tackled Pac-man after he abused the stripper and told him he had crossed the line. Pac-man continued to be beligerent. The bouncer threatened to break Pac-man's arm if he didn't calm down and leave. Pac-man- in front of 5 witnesses outside the club- told this bouncer "you will be a dead man before the end of the night".

About an hour later, Pac-man and his crew roll up. Bullets are now being sprayed everywhere. One woman was shot in the ear. he survived. The bouncer ho tackled Pac-man was shot in the chest, Luckily he survived as well. The cousin of the man's wife happened to be coming on duty, as his shift as a bouncer was about to begin. He was talking with the bouncer Pac-man threatened outside when the crew rolled up. He was shot by one of Pac-man's thugs. He is now paralyzed from the waste down. Pac-man facilitated this entire ordeal. It was a heartbreaking story- they guy was even crying on the phone. I'm sick of people willing to "give another chance" to thugs- CRIMINALS like Pac-man Jones. He should be in jail. I wouldn't give up the zit on my left cheek for him. He should be taking it up the *** right now. That little punk.

IceStorm
03-07-2007, 02:01 PM
I noticed that most of those saying he'd be a good fit, are very young and seemingly more willing to accept this type of criminal behavior. While those older fans disagree, saying that criminals should pay for their crimes, not be rewarded for it.

I personally don't care about just one person's ability and talent, if that person is detrimental to the team atmosphere and enviroment (see Terrel Owens). For one, while his talent may be good it can also negate talent and effort of others.

At best, it would be a wash for what he could bring versus what he would take away from the Miami Dolphins.
How about we get someone that wants to play, that can play, and that wants to be on the Miami Dolphins because of football.

dolphinfan2334
03-07-2007, 02:02 PM
well then let not get ricky back or stallworth since they do drug.. over 75 % of the nfl does drugs of some kind... J. Lewis sell coke but the ravens took him back.

Fawn Lebowitz
03-07-2007, 02:02 PM
Pac Man is a ticking time bomb, theres no way the Fins should take a chance on that. And you guys that say there isnt talent in the sixth round are crazy. The Colts got a starting safety in last years sixth round, Antoine Bethea.

tmny99
03-07-2007, 02:03 PM
I was listening to cold pizza and they said the titans are willing to trade pacman jones, So I was wondering we should trade for him our 4th pick or 6th . Hopefully he can stay out of trouble and all.

It's utterly laughable to think of wasting a draft pick on a guy who clearly doesn't want to play professional football.

NYinBostonFin
03-07-2007, 02:04 PM
I would really like to see us sign him, if he gets cut like they are talking about.. He is a great return man and a good young corner.. So what if he has off the field problem jim brown and warren moon beat their wifes.. I am in no way saying beating your wife is ok.. but everyone gets in to some trouble once and a while.

Everyone gets in trouble once and a while? :sidelol:

The guy punched a woman several times,, and the men he was with shot and paralyzed a man for life. And that is just the latest thing he has done. But hey, everyone makes mistakes.

emocomputerjock
03-07-2007, 02:07 PM
If somehow we could keep him out of trouble you won't find that kind of talent in the 5th or 6th round.


The only people who are going to keep him out of trouble are penitentiary guards. Do not delude yourself into thinking the leopard will change his spots.

SabanHater
03-07-2007, 02:09 PM
that's why everyone is jumping all over him to sign him right now. Let's get in line... problem is, IS THERE IS NO LINE. He's a punk and no one wants him.

emocomputerjock
03-07-2007, 02:10 PM
well then let not get ricky back or stallworth since they do drug.. over 75 % of the nfl does drugs of some kind... J. Lewis sell coke but the ravens took him back.


You've completely changed my mind! Sure he's a criminal, but he's a plucky, misguided criminal. It'll be just like The Longest Yard! Weeeeeeeee!

Gonzo
03-07-2007, 02:11 PM
So does this mean that no one wants ricky williams back, I mean he has been suspended twice now and you guys are still willing to take him back, granted he has not done the things that pacman has done off the field but he is still on of the best returners in the game and a pretty good corner. Personally i think we should give it a shot.
Damn, almost made it through the first page without a Ricky comparison. How are they similar? Please explain.

Dolfan4life34
03-07-2007, 02:16 PM
i would take him for a late pick from wat i heard deon sanders is going to reach out to him and try and teach him the right ways and comeon the uy is a great talent.

FinFaninMS
03-07-2007, 02:19 PM
Of course, all of the "Pac Man" proponents are trying to conflate his situation with Ricky Williams' when, in fact, they are easily distinguishable.

If "Pac Man's" only problem was drug use, then it may be an acceptable move, provided one accepts the risk that he could be suspended at any time, a la Ricky Williams. But "Pac Man's" problems go far beyond drug use. "Pac Man" has a propensity towards physical assault, of women even, and that is much, much worse than drug use.

Gonzo
03-07-2007, 02:19 PM
well then let not get ricky back or stallworth since they do drug.. over 75 % of the nfl does drugs of some kind... J. Lewis sell coke but the ravens took him back.
Smoking pot http://www.finheaven.com/clear.gifattempted murder


:hmmm: I'm no lawyer, but...

Gonzo
03-07-2007, 02:21 PM
i would take him for a late pick from wat i heard deon sanders is going to reach out to him and try and teach him the right ways and comeon the uy is a great talent.Is Deion a criminal defense lawyer? Because, that's what he needs right now.

dahlmarino
03-07-2007, 02:22 PM
There are people who deserve another chance, and then there are people who really are just beyond help. How horrible of a person does Terrell Owens look like right now for mouthing off to coaches and teammates? Nobody died. How bad does Ricky look for ANYTHING he did in the last 4 years. Did anybody get physically hurt or have their lives permanently changed as a result of his actions? This is where we really have to look at "The Line". People called TO a cancer, and yet his former team survived him just fine. There were Dolphins fans who wanted Ricky's head on a spike for a while, yet his teammates never have anything but good things to say about his personality and his work ethic. Meanwhile, PacMan has been arrested multiple times for violent crimes. As a result of his actions, people have gotten hurt, had their lives put on the line against their will, and even had their lives changed horribly. THOSE LINES HE CROSSED HAVE EFFECTED PEOPLES' LIVES. More than the fans of Philadelphia and Miami could ever have been effected by what TO and Ricky have done, combined. Nothing he can do on the field makes that go away. This isn't a matter of an over-competitve nature or an obscure outlook on life and priorities. This is reckless living with no respect for human life. Nothing he could possibly do on the football field can ever make up for that.

In any scenario where we picked up PacMan Jones, even if we got him absolutely free, we would be paying far too much.

SabanHater
03-07-2007, 02:23 PM
It's not going to happen. The people in our front office are not STUPID!!!!!!

djphinfan
03-07-2007, 02:24 PM
BESIDES THE FACT THAT HE IS A LOWLIFE DISRESPECTFUL TO WOMEN TYPE PIECE OF S##T,,,,,,,,HE ALSO HAS A BIG HEAD,,,LITERALLY,,HAS ANYONE ELSE NOTICED THAT HE LOOKS LIKE A MIDGET WITH A GIGANTIC HEAD RUNNING AROUND.

seriously though,i can't stand him,,,karma is a mo fo,,,good luck in jail buddyand oh by the way change your stupid name,your a grown man now.

PACMAN,lol,i'am sure the boys in jail will think thats real cute...lol

SabanHater
03-07-2007, 02:25 PM
Is Deion a criminal defense lawyer? Because, that's what he needs right now.


Deon is going to get shot in the face. Stay away from that kid.

PhinzN703
03-07-2007, 02:26 PM
The only reason Tennessee wants to trade him is b/c he's a bum. Why trade for a guy who's a headcase?

DefensiveEnd#76
03-07-2007, 02:30 PM
We don't need any thugs on our team!!! Jones is a prison inmate masquerading as an NFL player.

Mr.Majestik
03-07-2007, 02:59 PM
So does this mean that no one wants ricky williams back, I mean he has been suspended twice now and you guys are still willing to take him back, granted he has not done the things that pacman has done off the field but he is still on of the best returners in the game and a pretty good corner. Personally i think we should give it a shot.

Equating Ricky Williams, who is more like a harmless flake, to a man with antisocial tendencies and multiple arrests for violence, and has made at least one death threat that resulted in someone's death (whether he had anything to do with it or not) is not the same thing, and if you need that explained to you, a remedial course in critical thinking might be in order.

The NFL is going to institute a three strikes policy as soon as the NFL and the NFLPA can work out the details. Pac Man Jones was the final impetus for that policy. More importantly, the guy isn't worth the potential trouble. He's not a great player, in fact, he's an average to below-average corner with good return skills. He's too small and too much of a gambler to ever be great.

FINdestructible
03-07-2007, 03:03 PM
No way!!!!! That guy has Cincinnati Bengals written all over him. :evil:

JFoxx
03-07-2007, 03:11 PM
No way!!!!! That guy has Cincinnati Bengals written all over him. :evil:

Dang it! Someone always beats me to the good one-liners!
I agree, the problem with all this is that Tenn indicated that if they feel he's guilty, they'll just cut him and be done with it. If he's innocent, then they will either keep him or try to get a high pick for him. If they are looking at shipping him for a lower pick, I'd guess they think he's got a good chance at doing some time. We'll never see him one way or another and it's not worth the headache.

KyPhinfan13
03-07-2007, 03:15 PM
If he can't get along in Nashville, what makes you think he could make it in South Florida?? He's jail fodder for sure.

FinNasty
03-07-2007, 03:18 PM
I would LOVE to get his talent... as he would instantly replace Wes as a KR and PR (PacMan would actually be an upgrade)... and he would upgrade our secondary considerablly...

But if he can manage to get in that much trouble in freakin Tennessee... I would hate to see what he could get himself into in Miami...

Referee
03-07-2007, 03:21 PM
His address would be at the Miami Dade Corrections Facility...

BAD NEWS! The Godfather H. Wayne "Made my bones long ago in Waste Management" Huizenga, surely doesn't want another high profile player dealing with law enforcement...

Sorry, but remember Lawrence Philips, cecil "The Diesel" Collins and other homiezzzzz...

IluvJuMiami
03-07-2007, 03:22 PM
http://www.finheaven.com/images/imported/2007/03/20548254-1.jpg

This is one of the coolest pics I've ever seen.

I got my own title though: The Ghost and the Darkness(two man-eating lions)

Grezky99
03-07-2007, 04:39 PM
Not only can Pacman change a game with his dynamic play, he can change the game with his incredible lack of judgement. I am a huge WVU fan and I gotta tell you, he KILLED us every week with some kind of bonehead personal foul penalty. That was a tough couple of years having to deal with him AND Chris Henry on the field at the same time. Talk about Thug Central.

That being said, if we could get him for next to nothing, pay him next to nothing, and expect next to nothing, we might not be let down.

trate121hb
03-07-2007, 04:43 PM
That Man Makes It Rain......id Want Him On The Team Cause Id Frequesntly See Him At The Clubs And Id Sit Next To Him And Pcik Up All The Cash Falling From His Pocket.,

heat_fan
03-07-2007, 04:45 PM
if he stays outta drug problems and whatnot..and if he commits himself to play hard and practise hard day in and day out..then im all for it as long as we dont give up a high pick for him

kkcow15
03-07-2007, 04:49 PM
if pacman were traded to us by tonight, he would not even make it to training camp without getting in trouble. him in miami equals bad news. just imagine his nights out on the town in south beach. hes been in freaking nashville for 2 years and gotten into this much trouble. maybe if we keep him sequestered up north in orlando.

Predaphin
03-07-2007, 04:49 PM
Adam Pacman Jones is in a world of trouble. At this point it seems like it would take a miracle for him to step back on the field.

I also read in a current article that his uncle or grandpa were always giving him advice, but he never cared....

so I SAY NO WAY! to pacman Jones

Crunkcore
03-07-2007, 05:34 PM
I'll pass on Pacman.
He doesnt know when to stop getting into trouble :lol:

OneHondo
03-07-2007, 06:22 PM
if he stays outta drug problems and whatnot..and if he commits himself to play hard and practise hard day in and day out..then im all for it as long as we dont give up a high pick for him

And if he doesn't kill or seriously injure anyone.

Has everyone forgot the Cecil Collins episode and how frustraiting and embarrasing that was. I believe Cecil is still in prison.
One thing is sure, and that is with the pending charges, probation and his other misdeads he would be dragging a lot of bagage to South Florida. I wonder if he would bring his posse to South Beach or if he would assemble a new one down there?

#13
03-07-2007, 06:34 PM
Yeah great idea, criminals change their ways all the time. Maybe we could get Cecil "The Diesel" and Sammie Smith back too! :rolleyes:

Aqua4Ever04
03-07-2007, 06:37 PM
I know about 90% of the members here would say hell no. But I would trade a late pick for Pacman in a heartbeat.

Do you guys have any idea how much he would help our team? We are a very good DB away from being the best defense in football and could really use an explosive return man. Pacman would bring both of those and I would be all for bringing him to Miami.

icephinfan
03-07-2007, 06:40 PM
I know about 90% of the members here would say hell no. But I would trade a late pick for Pacman in a heartbeat.

Do you guys have any idea how much he would help our team? We are a very good DB away from being the best defense in football and could really use an explosive return man. Pacman would bring both of those and I would be all for bringing him to Miami.


Agree 100%

emocomputerjock
03-07-2007, 06:48 PM
I know about 90% of the members here would say hell no. But I would trade a late pick for Pacman in a heartbeat.

Do you guys have any idea how much he would help our team? We are a very good DB away from being the best defense in football and could really use an explosive return man. Pacman would bring both of those and I would be all for bringing him to Miami.


Tell you what, between him, Ricky, and Stallworth, I say we get them all so that any moment any or all 3 of them can either be in prison or suspended. Great way to build a team, I know we can stockpile more less classy individuals than Cincinnati!

VanDolPhan
03-07-2007, 06:52 PM
I know about 90% of the members here would say hell no. But I would trade a late pick for Pacman in a heartbeat.

Do you guys have any idea how much he would help our team? We are a very good DB away from being the best defense in football and could really use an explosive return man. Pacman would bring both of those and I would be all for bringing him to Miami.

How in the HELL is he going to help us from JAIL.

You do realize folks that he most likely isn't going to play this year? He's not getting away with this current one scot free. Boy is going to jail this time and not even Ray Lewis' attorneys can save his butt.

He's going to be butt buddies with Cecil Collins.

Aqua4Ever04
03-07-2007, 07:00 PM
Tell you what, between him, Ricky, and Stallworth, I say we get them all so that any moment any or all 3 of them can either be in prison or suspended. Great way to build a team, I know we can stockpile more less classy individuals than Cincinnati!

He'll help the football team emensly man.

WVDolphan
03-07-2007, 07:01 PM
So does this mean that no one wants ricky williams back, I mean he has been suspended twice now and you guys are still willing to take him back, granted he has not done the things that pacman has done off the field but he is still on of the best returners in the game and a pretty good corner. Personally i think we should give it a shot.

Are you serious?? You must be smoking something you got from Ricky. Don't compare someone with problem with marijauna to someone who has no concept of civility. I was at WVU when pac man was there. The guy got into trouble non stop. Youre talking about a guy who may have had something to do with a shooting, has been in trouble with the law 8 times and is a complete thug. Pac man has the reefer problem to boot. Dont compare Ricky to pac man. As far as I can tell Ricky is a decent human that just cant stay off the hippie lettuce. I would gladly take Ricky on my team and hope that he stays clean. Hoping Pac man can stay out of trouble is like hoping to get the level of chicks Tom Brady gets. In other words its just not happening. I wouldnt give Reggie Howards old cleats for Pac man, much less a draft pick.

emocomputerjock
03-07-2007, 07:01 PM
He'll help the football team emensly man.


How, is he going to release inspirational rap singles from prison and donate all proceeds to the Fins?

dolfreak
03-07-2007, 07:04 PM
I would trade a 2nd Rounder for him, in a heartbeat.

Shula Come Back!
03-07-2007, 07:04 PM
Actually I prefer this Adam Jones!

http://www.dagor.konin.lm.pl/tool/galeria/adam/adam07.jpg

Aqua4Ever04
03-07-2007, 07:04 PM
How, is he going to release inspirational rap singles from prison and donate all proceeds to the Fins?

When Pacman is on the football field, he can change a game at any time with a pick or punt return. Isn't that something we have been missing for a LONG time? I'm not talking about off the field issues, when on the field, Pacman is a very good player.

Dolphin39
03-07-2007, 07:05 PM
I was listening to cold pizza and they said the titans are willing to trade pacman jones, So I was wondering we should trade for him our 4th pick or 6th . Hopefully he can stay out of trouble and all.


No way! Do not bring that criminal, trouble maker here to Miami!

LtDan
03-07-2007, 07:05 PM
I was listening to cold pizza and they said the titans are willing to trade pacman jones, So I was wondering we should trade for him our 4th pick or 6th . Hopefully he can stay out of trouble and all.
Hopefully this is a joke

emocomputerjock
03-07-2007, 07:09 PM
When Pacman is on the football field, he can change a game at any time with a pick or punt return. Isn't that something we have been missing for a LONG time? I'm not talking about off the field issues, when on the field, Pacman is a very good player.

The conditional part of your statement being: When Pacman is on the football field. Seeing as he's about to enjoy some time in lockup, I'm failing to see why we should be interested in the slightest.

icephinfan
03-07-2007, 07:10 PM
How, is he going to release inspirational rap singles from prison and donate all proceeds to the Fins?


That's harsh man.

Maybe PacMan will be humble if he comes here, fresh start for him.

emocomputerjock
03-07-2007, 07:13 PM
That's harsh man.

Maybe PacMan will be humble if he comes here, fresh start for him.

We'll see in 6 years when he's eligible for parole :sidelol:

icephinfan
03-07-2007, 07:17 PM
We'll see in 6 years when he's eligible for parole :sidelol:


:nono:

Did he rob you or something????:lol:

Lot of hate for Pacman.

emocomputerjock
03-07-2007, 07:23 PM
:nono:

Did he rob you or something????:lol:

Lot of hate for Pacman.

I don't know the guy personally, but I certainly don't want him on the Dolphins. His extensive criminal record from both college and pro football proves that he is not the type of character that should be coddled and enabled. He's seriously facing jailtime, and there's at least 3 seperate investigations going on currently in 3 different states. No way, no how, not ever, never, ever. Not even if he was willing to play for free should be considered.

icephinfan
03-07-2007, 07:32 PM
I don't know the guy personally, but I certainly don't want him on the Dolphins. His extensive criminal record from both college and pro football proves that he is not the type of character that should be coddled and enabled. He's seriously facing jailtime, and there's at least 3 seperate investigations going on currently in 3 different states. No way, no how, not ever, never, ever. Not even if he was willing to play for free should be considered.


Well in that case.

Tigers2003
03-07-2007, 07:35 PM
LMAO!!! helll NO!!! Let him go to da Raiders

That would be funny if he ended up in Oakland. No better fit except for the Jets. They are not even stupid enough to do it though. I think this guy made up dead or in jail before the season even starts. What a waste of talent! As far as trading for him that is assinine. H#(( NO to Pacman!!!

Gonzo
03-07-2007, 07:36 PM
That Man Makes It Rain......id Want Him On The Team Cause Id Frequesntly See Him At The Clubs And Id Sit Next To Him And Pcik Up All The Cash Falling From His Pocket.,:lol: post.of.the.week.

Ark139954
03-07-2007, 07:45 PM
i would trade our 2nd for him.

Oraclepz
03-07-2007, 07:59 PM
Umm ... NO!!!!!

Are you kidding here?

If it happened, it would actually test my Dolphin fandom, it really would!! More so than back-to-back 0-16 seasons ever could!!!

Not in a million years do I want this guy on "my" team!!!


i agree i dont want this guy anywhere near our team... not even for free!!! he wouldnt last one weekend in miami.. they have too many strippers he might spend his contract in one night!!!!:dolphins: BTW the dolphins are "OUR TEAM" lol

#13
03-07-2007, 07:59 PM
Maybe PacMan will be humble if he comes here, fresh start for him.

The guy is brand new in the league! The Titans were a fresh start for him! People like this don't change.

Dolphin39
03-07-2007, 08:16 PM
We'll see in 6 years when he's eligible for parole :sidelol:

:sidelol:

marino1348
03-07-2007, 08:20 PM
this guy is a drug dealer he should just get traded to jail with no compensation straight up

Where did u get that one from?

DRNEWBEE
03-07-2007, 08:28 PM
I'd take him in a second. For a fourth rounder, that's a no brainer. He'd be a perfect fit for South Florida. HE could hang with trick daddy's crew and get crunked up on the weekends. Hell I would trade Jason Allen for him. Think of all the wonderful strip clubs Pac Man could got to in SO FLA. He's a gangster not a wife beater. There's a difference. I think him and Joey Porter would be great friends. Just as long as he doesn't whip out a piece on the field like Any Given Sunday, i think that was the movie, he should be alright. BRING ME PAC MAN!!!

Myles Fynch
03-07-2007, 08:28 PM
i would trade our 2nd for him.

I would trade a bag of number 2 for him before I'd give up a draft pick.

DRNEWBEE
03-07-2007, 08:32 PM
I would trade a bag of number 2 for him before I'd give up a draft pick.

Thats funny but I disagree. We need gangsters on Defense, that's what defense is all about.

Dolfan4life!
03-07-2007, 08:33 PM
I can't believe the love that Jones is getting from posters that feel he is a good cornerback. He's not. One day, if he doesn't go to jail and if he stays out of trouble, he might become a good or even great corner, similar to Darrell Green. I doubt it though, he doesn't have a very good work ethic. Right now though, while being an elite return man, he is a below average corner back in coverage, and in run support he is worse.

Irish Phin Fan
03-07-2007, 09:06 PM
He is garbage plain and simple.

Mr.Majestik
03-07-2007, 09:33 PM
Pac Man Jones, and players like him are like free agents signed on the first day of UFA, they never pay off. When has a team ever been rewarded for giving a sociopath a second chance? Guys with a history of behavior that puts others at risk never shake it, never. Trouble followed Lawrence Phillips from college to the Rams to the Dolphins. Trouble followed Cecil Collins from college to the pros. It followed Odell Thurman. Tank Johnson. Chris Henry. Koren Robinson. Barret Robbins. The list goes on for decades. If you have more then one arrest for violence, or drunk driving, or drug possession in your life, there is a pattern.

The NFL is about image and the image that guys like Pac Man Jones are giving the league is so detrimental to the prospects of other players that the union membership, not the union leadership, actually introduced the idea of a three-strikes policy for clowns like Pac Man Jones. I'm sure Pac Man Jones was at home in Vegas with the army of gangbangers that descended on that city during the recent NBA All-Star festivities. That's exactly the sort of thing the NFL does not, and the Miami Dolphins should not want associated with their franchise. The criminal behavior in Vegas was so bad there weren't enough cops to deal with the situation. Reports of gangsters smoking weed in front of casinos, fighting in the parking lots, flashing guns at people, doing drug transactions in front of journalists, and groping women they didn't know gave the NBA a blackeye and they didn't have anything to do with it. Pac Man Jones has been convicted, or accused of at least four of the five.

Myles Fynch
03-07-2007, 09:46 PM
Thats funny but I disagree. We need gangsters on Defense, that's what defense is all about.

We also need guys who are going to stand up and be counted. Hypothetically speaking, (because I don't think he'll last that long in the NFL) I'd love to see the odds on this guy getting through the two weeks leading up to the Super Bowl without letting his teammates and coaches down. Is he going to:

a.) shoot someone
b.) have someone shoot someone
c.) get shot by someone
d.) shoot himself
e.) start a fight in a strip joint
f.) smoke a joint
g.) end up in the joint

Who knows and who cares. He's talented, but he's not so talented that he's worth the trouble. As has been previously stated, there is a pattern here, and if he showed any attempt at walking away from the trash he's been caught up in already I'd bring him in & talk to him about it. IMO, this is a fool who hasn't hit rock bottom yet.

Phishstix
03-07-2007, 11:12 PM
pacman is a scumbag, i want no parts of that guy.

kashbo
03-07-2007, 11:16 PM
MAn you guys are hillarious

Kinzua
03-08-2007, 10:49 AM
Pacman Jones is the Cincinnati Bengals rolled into one guy. He has had EIGHT off-field incidents in the last 22 months. He is the poster child for why the players union is asking the league to impose a three-strikes-you're-out policy for personal conduct. Dick Vermeil said in an interview last week that when he was coaching the Chiefs, they interviewed him at the Indy combine and removed him from their draft board as soon as he left because they knew he was going to be trouble. The best you can hope for is that his next incident -- and there WILL be a next -- only results in Pacman going to jail and not wind up getting himself or a teammate KILLED.

The difference with Ricky is that he has evidently learned from his mistakes and figured things out. (Look for the San Francisco Chronicle interview from last week.) Plus he has the best work ethic in the locker room and this team plays better when he's around. That's why you take the eccentric Ricky and pass on the thug Pacman.

That about sums it up.

More to the point, why "give him a chance", ie, another chance, at all? What has Pacman done to deserve any more chances? If his HS or college coaches had suspended him from the team or kicked him off the team, maybe he wouldn't be the thug he is today.

If Tennessee had decided that his "thugishness" trumped his talent, they wouldn't be stuck with him now. Why bail them out of their stupidity by taking on their problem? Use those draft picks on players who want to play badly enough that they can at least stay on the right side of the law.

Denver wasted a third rounder a couple of years ago on then thug-in-training, Maurice Clarett, who turned in a bonafide thug. I would bet they don't do that again, but then they just signed Travis Henry. To Travis' credit, though, he's not a thug but a pothead like Ricky, only smart enough to give up the weed for the $$$.

like2god
03-08-2007, 11:00 AM
No to "Pacman". :rolleyes2

Seriously, do some of you think before you start a thread or do you just wait for a name to be released and then say "OH OH, WE GOTTA GET EM"?

icephinfan
03-08-2007, 06:23 PM
No to "Pacman". :rolleyes2

Seriously, do some of you think before you start a thread or do you just wait for a name to be released and then say "OH OH, WE GOTTA GET EM"?


:yeahthat:

Enforcerfin33
03-09-2007, 12:35 AM
You know I have to say.....this thread...B-LO's.....:lol:

BuffaloSoldier2
03-09-2007, 01:42 AM
Pacman and Ron Mexico's little brother in Miami. Yeah, I'm sure that will go smoothly. You guys should bring back McWifeBeater to complete that dirtbag circus. :dolphins: