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John Harbaugh not pleased by Jacoby Jones incident

As you might expect, Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh is not thrilled with the salacious news surrounding wide receiver Jacoby Jones.

TMZ reported Monday the wide receiver was "bleeding everywhere" after a stripper named Sweet Pea struck him in the head with a large bottle of champagne early Monday morning. According to the gossip site, the incident occurred aboard a party bus in Washington, D.C., on the occasion of teammate Bryant McKinnie's 34th birthday.

Police responded to the scene, though no arrests were made. According to TMZ, "there was evidence of an assault but no one cooperated with cops."

Harbaugh told reporters Monday he's "not very impressed" by the details of the incident, according to The Baltimore Sun.

"What do you want to be known for?" said Harbaugh, who spoke to the entire team about the situation. "Do you want to be known as a football player or do you want to be known for that?"

Kennard McGuire, Jones' agent, told NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport that Jones was at practice Monday. Harbaugh confirmed Jones' attendance and added the veteran physically is fine. Jones participated in his usual rehab regimen Monday.

Jones has been sidelined since suffering a sprained MCL in the Ravens' season opener. He is out indefinitely.

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