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Bryan Broaddus reported Monday that the Cincinnati Bengals brought in former Dallas running back Felix Jones in for a work out.
There’s no guarantees for former first-round pick Jones. Cincinnati has two second round picks, and just might use one of them to back up play maker BenJarvus Green-Ellis. They moved on passed the Reggie Bush sweepstakes and may look to address their backfield situation in the draft. The question wouldn’t be how many carries Jones gets, but if he in fact makes the team at all.
Felix Jones averaged 4.8 yards per-carry and 8.3 yards per-catch with the Cowboys. His inconsistencies lie within his health. Teams are more concerned with that rather than what he can do for their football team.
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