ESPN "Adam Jones is adamant that the final NFL uniform he wears will be the Cincinnati Bengals'. "I truly know I will retire as a Bengal," the 32-year-old cornerback said Thursday during an interview on SportsCenter. He added that the three-year, $20 million deal he signed with the Bengals earlier..." March 17
USA Today "Cornerback Adam Jones tweeted on Wednesday that he’s agreed to a three-year deal to remain with the Cincinnati Bengals. Jones, who first signed with Cincinnati in 2010, has intercepted nine passes over the last three seasons combined. The 32-year-old Jones, a polarizing player through most..." March 10
Pro Football Talk "The top targets in free agency typically are on the right side of 30. Cornerback Adam Jones isn’t, but he’s still being heavily pursued. The Jets have shown interest in Jones during the two-day tampering period, per a source with knowledge of the situation. The 2005 top-10 pick who has spent..." March 08
Fox Sports "Adam Jones shouldn't even be here right now, on the verge of NFL free agency, with another payday coming and with the chance to pick his next destination. There are so many other places he could be -- in another league, in a wrestling ring, in the hospital, in prison or somewhere even worse --..." March 04
Fox Sports "Adam Jones shouldn't even be here right now, on the verge of NFL free agency, with another payday coming and with the chance to pick his next destination. There are so many other places he could be -- in another league, in a wrestling ring, in the hospital, in prison or somewhere even worse --..." March 03
Fox Sports "The Cowboys are looking for help in their secondary and are reportedly one of a number of teams eager to sign Adam Jones. The Cowboys, Raiders, Dolphins, Vikings, and Browns are in play for the veteran cornerback, Pro Football Talk reported Wednesday. The Bengals are also hoping to retain his..." March 03
Pro Football Talk "Tuesday’s interview of Bengals cornerback Adam Jones included a question about where the soon-to-be-free-agent wants to play in 2016. Here’s how he responded. “I knew you were going to do that to me,” Jones said with a laugh. “I want to play for any team that wants me. I’m a guy that really..." March 01
Pro Football Talk "Soon-to-be free agent cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones is promising to clean up his on-field act this year, whether it’s in Cincinnati or somewhere else. Jones said on PFT Live on NBCSN that he doesn’t think he has a discipline problem, but he does know he can’t afford to cost his team 15 yards,..." March 01
Dayton Daily News "Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Marvin Jones is expected to be one of the prize pieces in free agency this offseason, and he made it clear Thursday he intends the test the waters in search of his true market value. “No hometown discount, definitely not” Jones told NFL.com, referring to the term..." February 05
Deadspin "When Antonio Brown suffered a concussion in Saturday’s playoff game from linebacker Vontaze Burfict’s hit, Bengals cornerback Pacman Jones thought the Steelers receiver was embellishing it. Jones said he would only apologize for calling Brown a faker if the wideout wasn’t able to play Sunday..." January 16
#Bengals CB Adam Jones was fined $28,940 for unsportsmanlike conduct, making contact with a game official.
ESPN "Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam Jones has vowed to issue a mea culpa to Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Antonio Brown if Brown doesn't end up playing in Pittsburgh's divisional round game against the Denver Broncos because of a concussion. Jones will make that proclamation on national..." January 12
Adam Jones on Dan Patrick: Antonio Brown was not hurt. I know he was faking it.
CBS Sports "Cincy cornerback Adam Jones went on the Dan Patrick Show Monday morning and said Steelers wideout Antonio Brown was "faking" being hurt on a hit from Vontaze Burfict late in the game that moved the ball 15 yards closer to the end zone. "Man, Antonio Brown was not hurt. I know he was faking,"..." January 11
Cincinnati Enquirer "The roller coaster was exhilarating for 59 minutes and 38 seconds on Saturday night at Paul Brown Stadium. There were twists and turns, the curls that caught your breath. It began with an instant stomach drop – the good kind – on the second play of the game, when Cincinnati Bengals linebacker..." January 10
ESPN "Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam Jones lashed out on social media Saturday night after receiving a key penalty near the end of his team's 18-16 AFC wild-card loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Referring to referee John Parry, Jones said in a video posted on Instagram that "The ref did a..." January 10