Bengals stay the course with Pacman Jones

Written by Chris Kolb | Posted on 22 March 2012


Topics: Cincinnati Bengals

It’s been a refreshingly quiet off-season for cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones and throughout all the craziness that’s occurred with the Saints bounty program, Peyton Manning’s decision, and the trade of Tim Tebow to New York, he’s flown under the radar as a free agent until now.

According to a multitude of sources, the Bengals have resigned Jones, bringing him back to the one team that was willing to take a chance on him after all of his misdeeds off the field in the early part of his career.

Jones, 28, played in only eight games last season in Cincinnati, totaling 28 tackles with no interceptions. He also contributed on special teams, returning two kicks for 67 yards.


About the Author

Chris Kolb is the founder of NFL News & Rumors and is currently the lead writer for the site as well. A passionate fan of both the Kansas City Chiefs and the Boston Red Sox since his childhood, Chris has been writing extensively since 2005. His work has been featured on Fox Sports, KFFL, Arrowhead Addict, and Associated Content.

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