One of the better collisions was one at the goal line between Jones and a "Joe" named Dan Adams, a 5-foot-10 sales rep from Boston who played linebacker at Holy Cross. He set an NCAA single-game record with a staggering 21 solo tackles against Colgate.
Anyway, Adams stuck Jones at the goal line, jarring loose the football. It was pretty funny, because Jones had been talking trash to that point, referring to Adams as "Waterboy." A few minutes after the hit, the two exchanged punches and had to be separated.
"He hit me 10 yards out of bounds, kind of a cheap shot," Adams said. "I couldn't sit there and not retaliate. You've got to have some pride and dignity."
Seriously, how long until this guy gets shot now that he doesn't have an army of bodyguards protecting him? Lock him in a room with nothing but a rock and he'd find a reason to fight it.
lol, i believe he has joined a wrestling league in the past already.. tna i think?
Yes, he was in TNA. He also somehow won a Tag Team Championship belt doing nothing but ran around the ring (because of NFL didn't allow him to do anything physical) and let his partner did most of the jobs.