Roger Goodell took office as NFL commissioner in September 2006. In August 2007, he issued his first mega-suspension: A one-year ban to then Titans cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones.

On Thursday, when the judge ruled against the NFL in Deflategate, Jones had the last laugh.

That is "laughing my a** off" for those who may not know.

Jones was suspended after spearheading a brawl at a Las Vegas nightclub that ended with two men shot -- one paralyzed. A court ordered Jones to pay $12.4 million in damages. The following year, as a member of the Cowboys, Jones was suspended six games for an altercation with a bodyguard at a Dallas hotel. Two weeks ago, Jones said those two suspensions cost him $100 million.

Jones has been with the Cincinnati Bengals since 2010.

Goodell has not touched the @nflcommish Twitter account since Sept. 5, 2014, the morning after the Seahawks opened the 2014 season with a 36-16 win over the Packers.

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