DECATUR, Ga. (AP) - Georgia police want to question suspended Tennessee Titans' player Adam "Pacman" Jones in connection with a shooting early Monday outside a strip club.
And even though police say Jones was not present when the shots were fired, the N-F-L is reviewing the matter.
DeKalb County, Georgia, police say two groups of men -- including a group at the club with Jones -- began arguing around 2:30 a-m Monday at the club.
Three men say they left the club in a sport utility vehicle and were approached by Jones' entourage and that someone opened fire.
Investigators want to question Jones about who was involved in the shooting. No charges have been filed.
Manny Arora, Jones' attorney, says he expects Jones will give the police whatever help he can.
No one was hit by bullets.
Last week, Jones accepted a one-year suspension from the N-F-L.
The former West Virginia star was suspended after ten encounters with police and five arrests since he was drafted in 2005.
A case in Las Vegas is still pending. It involves a fight and shooting at a strip club that left one person paralyzed.