Adam “Pacman” Jones, currently a cornerback for the Cincinnati Bengals, knows a thing or two about adversity. The former West Virginia Mountaineer has been arrested numerous times and was once suspended for an entire NFL season. Wednesday, Jones visited the Tennessee Volunteers football team to give its players advice on overcoming adversity. He also worked out with the team – here are a few photos circulating social media.
— Emmanuel Moseley (@EMoseley_4) June 5, 2014
great opportunity to work out with pacman. georgia boys pic.twitter.com/mwicbj2xS5
— Riyahd Jones2⃣1⃣ (@CoolJones_) June 4, 2014
— D’Andre Payne (@realdpayne) June 4, 2014
— COACH KNIGHT (@sirknight95) June 4, 2014
Thank you Adam PACMAN Jones for taking the time to come speak to the team today! Means a lot! #team118 it’s only just the beginning
— branisel (@AJ_vfl) June 4, 2014
— Matt Giampapa™ (@mattgiampapa59) June 4, 2014
— Vol Photos (@Vol_Photos) June 4, 2014
As you can see, the players were very appreciative of his time. Hopefully his words can be a positive influence on the Volunteers this season.