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Jones Retains Another Attorney

LAS VEGAS (AP) -- A new attorney for Tennessee Titans cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones said he'll cooperate fully with Las Vegas police in the aftermath of a melee and triple shooting.

Manny Arora of Atlanta said he's already called Vegas police offering any help he can give them.

Officers in Vegas said Jones sparked a weekend disturbance at a strip club. He has a history of off-field incidents in his two years with the Titans. 

Arora declined to comment on the case until he has a chance to review it.

Police in Vegas said they've seized more than $81,000 in cash belonging to Jones.

A search warrant said he was showering more than 40 strippers onstage early Monday with the cash, which set off a scuffle and subsequent shooting. 

Titans coach Jeff Fisher, at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis, had no comment. 

Jones has not been charged.

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