'Pacman' Jones announces retirement
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Longtime cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones announced his retirement Friday on Instagram after 14 years in the NFL.

Jones split his career between the Tennessee Titans, Dallas Cowboys, Cincinnati Bengals, and Denver Broncos. He was an All-Pro selection with the Bengals in 2014 and a Pro Bowler the following season.

The sixth overall pick in 2005, Jones entered the league with the Titans. He became one of the most electrifying defenders and returners in the NFL, but his troubles off the field often overshadowed his in-game accomplishments.

He enjoyed the most successful and stable seasons of his career in Cincinnati, where he played from 2010-17. He was a key contributor on many strong Bengals defenses, helping them make the playoffs five times.

The 35-year-old notched 17 interceptions and returned five punts for touchdowns in 146 career games.

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