Bengals cornerback Adam Jones continues to be in the news this offseason -- and not in a good way.
Video surfaced last week of a profanity-laden altercation Jones posted to social media after a car crash.
That's on the heels of Jones, 33, being charged with assault, disorderly conduct and obstructing official business Jan. 3 after he pushed and poked a security guard in the eye at a downtown Cincinnati hotel, according to court records. Jones refused to enter a police cruiser by pulling away, kicking and head-butting as he was being arrested, according to court records.
Dave Lapham, who has been a Bengals broadcaster for more than 30 years, said he thinks the NFL could suspend Jones.
"It wouldn't shock me if he's suspended for four games, two to four games," Lapham said.
Lapham also talked about the NFL Draft with Andy Furman on The Andy Furman Podcast. He said he wasn't surprised by the Bengals drafting a wide receiver in John Ross in the first round of the NFL Draft last month.
"They've got a dimension there where his speed alone will have defenses back-pedaling a little bit," Lapham said.
"I'm not sure he'll start, but he will be out on the football field a lot," Lapham said.
Lapham, who was an offensive lineman for the Bengals from 1974 to 1983, said the key to the Bengals season will be what happens with the Bengals offensive line.
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