Bengals cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones pleaded guilty Tuesday to the misdemeanor charge of obstructing official business and was sentenced to two days and jail, with credit for time served.
Jones was arrested in January following an incident at a Cincinnati hotel and charged with assault and disorderly conduct in addition to the obstruction count. He faced a felony charge of harassment with a bodily substance after police claimed he spit on a female officer after arriving at jail, but that charge was previously dismissed.
With the Chiefs so high on Mahomes, Smith sees similar writing on the wall.
“I think (the Chiefs are) committed to me (only) through this year,” Smith said in his first public comments since the draft, per ESPN.com. “That’s just the nature of it. If you don’t go out there and perform, I mean, coach (Andy) Reid and (quarterbacks coach Matt Nagy) are very honest. You’ve got to go out there and do your deal. We all have to.”
Smith, who has two seasons left on his Cheap Hockey Jerseys contract, added, “Whether or not we drafted Patrick, it doesn’t change that, right? If you’re not good enough and didn’t get it done, you’re not going to be around long. That’s just our culture. I know it. That’s the nature of the position.”
The Chiefs have had a winning record in all four seasons since Smith and Reid joined the team, making the playoffs three times. But they’ve never advanced past the divisional round of the playoffs, and offense – particularly the passing game – has long been a weakness.