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Judge Dismisses Assault Charge Titans Cornerback

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP)- Tennessee Titans cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones says he'll have to watch where he goes.

Yesterday a Nashville judge dismissed an assault charge against him because there were too many inconsistencies in the testimony from the alleged victim.

Krystal Webb, a Tennessee State University student who filed the charge, said Jones spit at her at a Nashville night club in October.

General Session Court Judge John Aaron Holt said Webb can pursue the case in a civil lawsuit.

Jones testified that the NFL had already fined him $100,000, an amount he hopes to get back now that the charge is dismissed.

He said he believes he is a target of people seeking money and that he'll have to protect himself in the future.

Jones has had a series of off-field incidents during his two years with the Titans.

(Copyright 2007 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.)

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