When the Bengals (5-7) played against the Browns (0-13) on Sunday, Adam "Pacman" Jones had a bone to pick with Terrelle Pryor. The Bengals 11-year cornerback shut down the Browns' quarterback-turned-wide receiver, and held him to just one reception for a mere three yards the entire game, and Bengals beat the lowly Browns 23-10.

After the game, a reporter asked Pacman about the root of the beef between him and Pryor. According to ESPN's Katherine Terrell, Jones claimed his beef with Pryor started from something that Pryor said about him to the Bengals' defensive coordinator before Sunday's game about Jones getting cut if he kept up his level of play.

“He told my coordinator that he’s going to cut me after the game,” Jones said. “For a guy that’s been a slouch around the league at quarterback, played decent this year for his first year at wide receiver. I’m saying all this facade, all the fake hard (expletive) that he plays out on the field. That ain’t Terrelle. I checked his background. He’s a suburbs kid from Pittsburgh. Terrelle Pryor was right there the whole game, right there in the garbage can. Next question.”

The reporter's following question was to pinpoint the beef Pacman has with Pryor, to which he quickly blurted out "garbage." Then one of his teammates in the background pointed to the trash can next to Jones, and he then grabbed it and looked inside to act like Pryor was inside of it. Jones said to the reporters, "You see him in here? Okay, you better find me someone to play with."

Jones called Pryor "garbage" six times in twenty seconds. Then after the game, Jones trolled Pryor more with this tweet that wasn't so subtle.

This is vintage Pacman. Don't ever change.

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