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The owner of the strip club in Vegas is now claiming that Adam Jones came and left with the shooter:

"He denied any knowledge of the shooter, but he was sitting right next to him," club co-owner Robert Susnar told the Las Vegas Review-Journal for Wednesday's edition. "Those guys came in together and left together."

Don't worry, it gets worse.  Susnar claims that Adam actually started the fight:

Jones tossed hundreds of $1 bills on the stripper stage, Susnar said, adding that when a dancer started grabbing the money without Jones' permission, he got angry, grabbed her hair and slammed her head against the stage.

So the security guard asks Adam to leave.  Adam doesn't take this well, of course, and allegedly threatens to kill the security guard.  Then the fracas breaks out:

"He goes out, retrieves a gun, then shoots two security guards, pretty much making good on the threat made by Pacman Jones," Susnar said.

I told you we hadn't heard the end of this.  If all of this is true, the Titans better take some kind of disciplinary action against him.  I don't care that he didn't actually pull the trigger.  If it was his boy that did the shooting, Adam might as well have pulled the trigger.  He should be off the team.  At some point the play on the field doesn't excuse everything.  It is time for the Titans to stand up and do the right thing.