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Watch: Adam "Pacman" Jones Called Terrelle Pryor "Garbage," Searched For Him In Trash Can

Pacman Jones calls Terrelle Pryor garbage.

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Terrelle Pryor has gotten under the skin of cornerbacks across the NFL. Adam "Pacman" Jones is the latest to lash out at the Browns star in recent weeks.

Pryor had a big game against the Giants a few weeks ago, going for 131 yards in the winless Browns' 27-13 loss. After that game, cornerback Janoris Jenkins took to Twitter to blast Pryor. The former Ohio State star responded in almost comically polite fashion.

The Browns lost once again today, falling to in-state rival Cincinnati Bengals 23-10. Unlike the game against the Giants, Pryor was shut down, catching just one pass for three yards. Like the Giants game, however, he had an opposing corner freak out on him afterwards. When asked about locking up Pryor, Jones repeatedly called him "garbage," and then literally searched through the trash for him.

According to ESPN, Pryor is the only subject that Jones wanted to talk about after the game.

During the interview session, Jones said he would only answer questions regarding Pryor.

"We're talking about Pryor, nobody else," he said.

Jones was asked several questions and repeated the phrase "Suck. What else?" several times in response.

"Pryor suck," he said.

Apparently the Pryor-Jones feud dates back to some trash talk made to Bengals defensive coordinator Paul Guenther.

"He told my coordinator that he's going to cut me after the game," Jones said. "For a guy that's been a slouch around the league at quarterback, played decent this year for his first year at wide receiver. I'm saying all this facade, all the fake hard [stuff] that he plays out on the field. That ain't Terrelle. I checked his background. He's a suburbs kid from Pittsburgh.

"Terrelle Pryor was right there the whole game," he continued, "right there in the garbage can. Next question."

Pryor is one of the few things that Browns fans can hang their hats on this season. Opposing cornerbacks? Not quite as fond of Cleveland's breakout star.

[ESPN]