The Steelers have yet to show interest in cornerback Adam Jones. The rest of the AFC North has, however.
Per a league source, the Ravens have joined the chase for a thirtysomething defensive back who has overcome plenty of (self-imposed) adversity to become a great player in recent years. Apart from the Bengals, who would like to retain him, the Browns also are interested in Jones, where former Bengals offensive coordinator Hue Jackson is now the head coach.
Other interested teams include the Dolphins, Raiders, Cowboys, and Vikings. In Miami, he’d be reunited with former Bengals position coach Vance Joseph. In Minnesota, Jones would be reunited with former Bengals defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer. In Cowboys, Jones would be reunited with the, well, the Cowboys, for whom he played in 2008. And in Oakland, Jones would be reunited with receiver Amari Cooper, whose helmet Jones removed and into whose helmet Jones rammed Cooper’s head in Week One of the 2015 regular season.