Free-agent cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones was involved in a physical altercation in which he was attacked by an employee associated with an Atlanta airport, according to a published report.
Per TMZ Sports, Jones was at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport on Tuesday night when Frank Ragin -- an employee of the facilities management company ABM -- "made a gesture" toward him.
Police said the two exchanged words before a fight ensued, with Ragin causing a laceration to Jones' face following a strike with a closed fist.
TMZ Sports reported that police said Ragin also hit Jones' female companion at some point during the fight, injuring her hand.
Jones soon knocked Ragin to the ground with a punch to the face. He then hit Ragin one more time before another man helped break up the fight.
Police determined that Ragin was the primary aggressor, and he was arrested on two counts of battery. Ragin was taken to an area hospital to be treated for his injuries.
Although Jones reportedly wasn't at fault, the 34-year-old has found himself in situations in which the police were required to get involved.
Most recently, Jones pleaded guilty to obstructing police following a January 2017 altercation in downtown Cincinnati. Misdemeanor counts of assault and disorderly conduct were dismissed at the prosecution's request, and Jones received time served for the two days he spent in jail following his arrest.
A one-time Pro Bowl selection, Jones has collected 499 tackles and 16 interceptions in 139 career games with the Tennessee Titans, Dallas Cowboys and Cincinnati Bengals.
Jones recorded 23 tackles and one interception in nine contests last season with the Bengals, who declined his option for 2018.