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|Birth date:||September 30, 1983|
|Birth place:||Atlanta, Georgia USA|
|Profession:||American football player, cornerback, National Football League player, former professional wrestler (2007)|
|Education:||Westlake High School, in Atlanta, Georgia|
|Parents:||Deborah Jones, Adam Jones|
|Awards:||Pro Bowl (2015), First-Team All-Pro (2014), PFWA All-AFC (2006), Pro Football Focus All-Pro (2014), PFWA All-Rookie Team (2005)|
|Nominations:||Total Nonstop Action Wrestling: TNA World Tag Team Championship|
|TV shows:||Impact Wrestling|
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Adam Pacman Jones Net Worth $5 Million
Adam Pacman Jones is an American football player with an estimated net worth of $5 million. Produced Adam Bernard Jones on September 30, 1983 in Atlanta, Georgia, he attended Westlake High School which is known as a football powerhouse. It’d the most alumni in the NFL with six players in 2005. Jones played in the Georgia-Florida all-star game. He was selected as the conference “Player of the Year” during his senior year following a record of 120 tackles, six interceptions, and 1,850 rushing yards. Has also earned All-American honors in basketball and track. His basketball team won two state tournaments. Adam Jones attended West Virginia University where he was an Athletic Training Education major as well as an associate of the Athletic Director’s Academic Honor Roll. As a football player, he’s ranked second on West Virginia’s career kickoff return yardage list with 1,475 yards. With 404 yards, he’s ranked eleventh on the school’s career punt return yardage list. His 10.92 yards per punt return earned him a sixth most in the school history. He’s also the highest player drafted from West Virginia. Jones was the sixth overall pick in the first round of the 2005 NFL Draft by the Tennessee Titans. Through the whole 2007 and a part of the 2008 season, he was suspended from the NFL by commissioner Roger Goodell due to many violations of the league’s individual conduct policy.