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Tough month for Pacman

First, the former West Virginia cornerback lost the TNA tag team championship belts Oct. 14. Six days later, the manager of the strip club who was paralyzed in the February shooting at his establishment sued Pacman for his alleged involvement. On Oct. 25, USA Today featured the upstart Tennessee Titans and framed it with the premise they do not miss/need the still-suspended Pacman.

“All I can say is we’re happy with the play of both our corners at this point,” Titans secondary coach Chuck Cecil said of Harper and second-year pro Cortland Finnegan. “They need to keep trying to improve and get better every week and maintain and get better.”

Wednesday, Jones learned he was facing another lawsuit for claims he spat upon a woman at a night club in 2005 — and we thought this case was over.

Krystal Webb is seeking the amount on claims of assault, battery and intentional infliction of emotional distress, according to a civil suit filed in Circuit Court of Davidson County.

Webb also sued Club Mystic, the nightclub on Sixth Avenue where the alleged incident took place on Oct. 26, 2006.

Jones was charged with assault after Webb went to police, but the charge was later dropped in court when a judge ruled there were too many inconsistencies in the testimony.