Pacman puts house on market for $1.8 million

FRANKLIN, Tenn. -- Pacman's trying to unload his pad.

The 30-acre spread owned by suspended cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones' was put on the market Thursday for $1.8 million by real estate agent Brad Pilz.

The property, located in a Nashville suburb, features a two-acre lake stocked with fish, two barns, two guest quarters with game rooms and a view of tree-covered hills and farmland.

Jones, who played for the Tennessee Titans for three seasons, was traded to the Dallas Cowboys in a deal finalized during the draft.

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell suspended Jones last year for repeatedly violating the league's personal conduct rules. He has been arrested six times and has been involved in 12 matters requiring police intervention.

Tax records show Jones, who has another house in Atlanta, purchased the Tennessee home in July 2006 for nearly $1.5 million.

Copyright 2008 by The Associated Press

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