SUMMARY: On Friday, when Pacman Jones faces NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to appeal his year-long suspension, he'll attempt to show that it was "unprecedented in its severity, given the League’s historical treatment of offenses which are of similar or greater gravity." What Jones' attorneys will point out is a list of more than 280 NFL players arrested or involved in incidents with police, dating back to 2000 and includes such major incidents as the double murder charges originally levied against Baltimore LB Ray Lewis as well as a number of other felony and misdemeanor charges, many of which were dropped or pleaded out. It also leaves open the possibility of legal action if the appeals process proves unsuccessful. View full article What do you think about this story? post your comments below.