First, the NFL gets all up in Pac Man Jones' personal affairs and suspends him for the 2007 season because of a few little gun problems. Then, the Titans tried to tell him that wrestling during his suspension would violate his contract. And now, the league is attacking him on a creative level!
The cornerback has started National Street League Records and plans to record in a group called Posterboyz with a rapper named Spoaty. He actually mentioned his label before his suspension (note the long hair still intact), but more info's come out recently. "I went within myself to find a place to release my talents while I filter through my career from all of the things that have taken place around me," Jones said. "I find tranquility in writing lyrics, establishing my company and preparing for my promo tour in mid September. Looking from the outside in, I have been the example for many to see the poster child if you will; and from that sentiment the 'Posterboyz' group name was born." We're not quite sure what, exactly, Pac Man is a poster boy for, but that's not the problem. According to the AP, NFL spokesman Greg Aiello says the league is looking into whether or not the name "National Street League Records" infringes on the NFL's trademark.
Honestly, guys...the label is almost a guaranteed failure. You really need to learn to pick your battles