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Posts Tagged ‘Adam “Pacman” Jones.’

Bengals re-sign Jones, Collins; bring in DE Harvey as free agent signing

 

Derrick Harvey (photo by Jeffrey Beall via wikipedia commons)

The Cincinnati Bengals have re-signed cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones and offensive tackle Anthony Collins.

The Bengals also signed defensive end Derrick Harvey, a free agent who played for Denver last season.

The 6’5, 26-pound Harvey played three seasons in Jacksonville before signing with the Broncos. He played for Urban Meyer at Florida.

Jones has played five years in the NFL, and will be entering his third season with Cincinnati. He was injured with a neck injury in 2011, but still played in eight games, the last seven as a starter.

Collins has played all four seasons in the league with the Bengals.

 

 

Info compiled from Cincinnati Bengals & NFL news

Cincinnati’s ‘Pacman’ Jones out for season with neck injury

The Bengals gave Adam ‘Pacman’ Jones a chance to showcase his talents this year on kickoff returns, punt returns and in the defensive backfield. He made plays and stayed out of trouble off the field in the process.

But after 6 games, Jones will miss the rest of his comeback season because of a neck injury that might require surgery.

Adam Jones (file photo)

Cincinnati placed Jones on injured reserve Tuesday because of a herniated disk in his neck.

Jones was injured in the 39-32 loss to Atlanta on Sunday.

Jones was told by one doctor that surgery was needed, but his agent Tom Hunter said that other specialists will be sought out to determine if surgery is needed.

compiled from staff, Cincinnati Bengals & NFL news

Bengals give Pacman Jones a chance and a 2-year deal

compiled from staff and wire reports

Adam "Pacman" Jones (nfl)

Adam “Pacman” Jones agreed to a two-year deal with the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday, putting the controversial and troubled defensive back on a team with a history of giving players a second chances.

Jones, who was released by the Cowboys after the 2008 season and didn’t play in 2009, worked out twice for the Bengals this offseason, including Tuesday. He was selected by Tennessee in the first round of the 2005 draft, but has struggled to stay on the field because of his repeated arrests.

The 26-year-old Jones was suspended for the entire 2007 season and for six games with the Cowboys in 2008 for vilating the NFL’S conduct policy.

He will be joining one of the NFL’s top defenses and defensive backfield’s which includes Johnathan Joseph, Leon Hall and Morgan Trent.

The defense finished fourth in the league in 2009, one of the reasons Cincinnati won the AFC North with a 10-6 record.

Bengals bring in Pacman Jones for second tryout

compiled from staff and wire reports

Cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones has received a second look from the Cincinnati Bengals on Tuesday, a strong indication that the team with a history of trying to rehabilitate troubled players might be considering its next  project.

Cincinnati had not make a formal contract proposal as of Tuesday night, agent Tom Hunter told media outlets.

The Bengals are a handful of teams that have shown an interest in Jones, who was released by the Cowboys after the 2008 season and didn’t play in 2009. Only 26 years old, Jones has seen his career hit rock bottom because of his repeated arrests.

Adam "Pacman" Jones (nfl)

Jones was suspended for the entire 2007 season and for six games with the Cowboys in 2008 for violating the NFL’s conduct policy.

Jones went to West Virginia University along with late Bengals wide receiver Chris Henry. He and Henry got into so much trouble with their teams, that commissioner Roger Goodell toughened the league’s disciplinary policies

The Cincinnati Bengals have one of the best cornerback tandems in the NFL  in Johnathan Joseph and Leon Hall, who had six interception apiece last season. The defense finished fourth in the league, one of the main reasons Cincinnati won the AFC North with a 10-6 record.