Five Reasons Adam ‘Pacman’ Jones will Turn His Career Around in Cincinnati

May 13, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

On Tuesday, controversial cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones worked out for the first time with the Cincinnati Bengals, just one day after officially signing a two-year deal at the league minimum.
Jones has played in just six games over the last three years with many questioning why a team like Cincinnati would take a chance on a player who seems far from the type of player he was in 2006.
He failed to make a successful comeback during his one-year stint with the Dallas Cowboys in 2008 and saw no interest from teams last season. However, Jones seems to be focused and determined to turn his career around with the Bengals.
Here are five reasons why Adam "Pacman" Jones will turn his career around in Cincinnati.
5. Pacman Will Compete For Playing Time As a No. 3 Cornerback
Many questioned why the Bengals would sign Jones when they already contain one of the deadliest duos at cornerback. With Johnathan Joseph and Leon Hall occupying the starting spots, he w...

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