Adam ‘Pacman’ Jones now suspects former Steeler Joey Porter shipped the Joe Haden jerseys

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On Wednesday, former Bengal cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones received a box of autographed jerseys of Steelers cornerback Joe Haden.

“I’m gonna show you how gangsta I am,” Jones said, before pouring gas on the Haden jerseys. He used a lighter to set them ablaze while nearly burning himself. Jones proceeded to go on a profanity-laced tirade.

From the beginning, Haden has denied any involvement in sending Pacman the jerseys.

Since then, Jones and Haden have talked and cleared the air.

“Joe DMed me. Me and him cool,” said Jones in an interview with TMZ.

“I don’t think Joe sent them after I talked to Joe — so, I don’t have no problem with Joe,” Pacman says.

“But, I do think somebody over there in that ballpark or whatever they doing over there, Sh*ttsburgh, that somebody from over there sent them,” Jones speculated. “I wouldn’t even be surprised if Joey Porter sent them.”

Porter was fired by the Steelers in 2019. He had been coaching linebackers in Pittsburgh since 2015.

The hatred between the former rivals goes back years, but their most recent encounter resulted in the Bengals handing the Steelers a playoff win in 2016.

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