Dec 13, 2012; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam Jones (24) along the sidelines prior to playing the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field. The Bengals defeated the Eagles 34-13. Mandatory Credit: Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports

Cincinnati Bengals CB Adam Jones arrested again


Coming off of a season-altering win over the Green Bay Packers, the Cincinnati Bengals are riding as high as they’ve ever been in the Marvin Lewis-era, but they may be on the verge of losing one of their best defenders soon, as cornerback Adam Jones was reportedly arrested for disorderly conduct.

Jones was a passenger in vehicle pulled over this morning, and it was determined the driver was under the influence and was arrested and issued a DUI.  Jones was arrested and cited with disorderly conduct, but it’s unclear as to what exactly he did to get arrested.

Because Jones falls under the NFL’s repeat offender classification, he could be subject to suspension by the NFL. It doesn’t help that Jones was already in trouble after he he was seen on camera striking a woman in Cincinnati this summer. It’s hard to foresee Jones lasting much longer in the NFL if this keeps up.

While this doesn’t sound like Jones necessarily did anything wrong, just being in a vehicle with a driver who was over the legal drinking-limit was bad enough, and is just another example of his poor judgement skills.


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  • ericthemadman

    Too bad….he’ll be gone soon!!

  • TomReed

    WTF Pacman? I’ve been pulled over 20 times in my life and have never been arrested. Learn to keep your mouth shut and just agree with whatever the cops say. You can always contact your attorney in the morning. You were a passenger, they may have even given you a ride home. This whole situation with you is getting a little old. Clean up your act and make sure you’re on the field vs. being suspended.

  • amsc

    Said that kids look at these people as role models… What happened to being professionals… Money changes people