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Pacman 'sorry' for saying Steeler faked injury

Posted at 6:35 PM, Jan 15, 2016
and last updated 2016-01-15 18:39:40-05

CINCINNATI - Bengals cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones apologized Friday for claiming Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown was faking a concussion at the end of the wild-card game last Saturday night.

"I apologize sincerely. Get well," Jones said in a video on Instagram late Friday afternoon.

 

 

@antoniobrown84 I truly apologize !!!!!! That's my word !!!

A video posted by @realpacman24 on

 

Earlier, the Steelers ruled Brown out for their divisional matchup Sunday with Denver after the two-time All-Pro was not cleared by doctors.

Jones said in the aftermath of Cincinnati's 18-16 loss that Brown winked at him before being helped off the field after taking a shot to the head from Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict.

"Antonio Brown was not hurt. I know he was faking it," Jones said on the "Dan Patrick Show" on Monday. "Go back and look at the play. If you go back and slow-motion the play, you tell me that Vontaze hit him in the head or did his shoulder pads barely touch him?"

Also Friday, Jones was fined $28,940 for contact with an official, a foul that moved the Steelers closer for their game-winning field goal in the final seconds.

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