LAS VEGAS (AP) - A Nevada judge dropped the Tennessee Titans as a defendant in a lawsuit brought by a strip club employee paralyzed in a triple shooting following a melee involving suspended player Adam ``Pacman'' Jones.
Clark County District Court Judge Jessie Walsh agreed with team lawyers who contended the Titans should not be held responsible for Jones' behavior at the Minxx Gentleman's Club last Feb. 19, during the NBA All-Star weekend.
That was the night Tommy Urbanski and two other people were wounded.
Lawyers for the NFL say they intend to file a similar request next week for the judge to drop the league from the case.
Urbanski's lawyer, Matthew Dushoff, says he'll seek a rehearing.

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