For the second straight year, Adam “Pacman” Jones will be one of the speakers at the NFL Rookie Symposium later this month.

In the wake of Jones being arrested and charged with one count of assault earlier this week after police said he allegedly punched a woman outside of a Downtown bar on June 5, some have questioned whether that is the right move.

NFL Vice President of Player Engagement Troy Vincent said that Jones remains on the list of speakers for the symposium, which will be held June 23-29 outside Cleveland. Vincent said Jones’ talk last year was well received by the rookies because it talked about many of the challenges that players face.

Another big factor for Vincent is that the experiences are real. This isn’t a role-playing session with others acting out possible scenarios, this is a player talking about the successes and failures he has had.

“You are not going to trick an athlete. They know when it is dressed up and not real,” Vincent said. “When you can sit among your peers and just talk about your life, someone is learning from that. They can look at him and see themselves from the way they look to where they have originated.”

Jones’ talk last year stressed two things – keep a small inner circle of people you can trust, and treat the game along with your career as a business. In light of a third straight summer where Jones is facing fallout from an off-field incident, there will be a lot of people wondering if he is heeding his own words.

There was an off-field incident in 2011 where he later was found guilty of disorderly conduct outside a Cincinnati bar. Last summer before the symposium, a Clark County, Nev., jury ruled he must pay $11.65 million in compensatory damages for his role in a February 2007 shooting at a Las Vegas strip club that left two people wounded.