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CINCINNATI -- Cincinnati Bengals player Adam Jones paid fines and court costs Thursday for a disorderly conduct charge. He will not be in court Friday.
Jones was arrested on Sept. 16 after a car he was a passenger in was pulled over by police.
Investigators said Jones was charged with disorderly conduct after night of birthday celebrations.
The driver in the incident was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated.
Jones is also scheduled for a court appearance next week on an unrelated assault charge. That case is scheduled to go to trial on Oct. 7.
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