During Sunday's victory over the New York Jets, Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones apparently threatened receiver David Nelson, the New York Daily News reports.
Report: Pacman Jones threatened to "come and get" Jets' David Nelson http://t.co/XA8wJt5QmT via @MMehtaNYDN— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) October 28, 2013
Jones and Nelson were going toe to toe for much of the game on Sunday, most notably when Nelson got flagged for an unnecessary roughness penalty after pushing Jones towards the end of a play in the second half. Jones apparently did not appreciate that type of play, telling Nelson, "I'm going to find out where you live and come and get you."
Jones, who's had troubles on and off the field during his entire NFL career, also called Nelson lucky, saying "Thank God I took my medicine today..."
In addition to the threats against Nelson, Jones also told the Bengals official website that he spent time in the second half jawing with Jet coach Rex Ryan.