Cincinnati Bengals star Pacman Jones has issued an apology for his actions at an Indiana casino this week ... saying he's sorry if anyone thought he was acting inappropriately.
We broke the story ... Jones was kicked out of the Hollywood Casino and cops were called to the scene after getting a complaint that he was acting "disorderly" inside the building.
Jones -- who was NOT arrested -- denied breaking any laws ... but now, he seems to understand that his actions pissed some people off that night.
Pacman released this statement via Instagram -- "... I also realize that actions of mine which I think are innocent may be interpreted by other people as otherwise and that as a public figure I owe it to my supporters to act with the utmost of class and dignity at all times."
Now for the apology ... "If for whatever reason anyone at the casino on Tuesday night thought my behavior to be inappropriate then I apologies [sic] as I only want people to see me as a great and humble father, husband, person and Bengal."