Jones was able to use his elite speed to carve out a 12-year career in the NFL. He is currently a free agent and could be on a team this fall. The cornerback and return man made one Pro Bowl in 2015 when he had 62 tackles and three interceptions for the Cincinnati Bengals. He has a total of 507 tackles, 17 interceptions and has scored eight touchdowns in his career.
Jones has had numerous run-ins with the law over the years. The most infamous instance came in 2007 when Jones and his entourage “made it rain” dollar bills at a Las Vegas strip club. Jones allegedly grabbed a stripper by her hair and banged her head into the ground when she tried to pick the money up. Someone in his entourage returned to the club and fired a gun into a crowd of people. Jones pleaded no contest to one charge of conspiracy to commit disorderly conduct after the incident.
He was suspended for the entire 2007 season. Since 2008, Jones has tried to rework his image and has stayed out of trouble for the most part. He did plead guilty in obstructing a police officer in 2017 and was suspended one game.