At some point during the Cincinnati Bengals first OTA session of the offseason on Tuesday, Bengals cornerback Adam Jones appears to have suffered, at the very least, enough discomfort to leave the field during practice. Jones, who has a history of injuries, recently explained that he hasn't felt as good as good as he does in a long time.
"I feel unbelievable," Jones told Bengals.com. "I'm running faster, I'm working hard and I know the defense like the back of my hand, so I don't have to think while I'm out there. It's just all reaction. I'm out catching punts every day. I feel good, man."
Jones' discomfort doesn't "appear" to be anything major, Bengals.com writer Geoff Hobson tweets.
And despite suffering a torn ligament in his thumb, Leon Hall did individual drills on Tuesday but not 11-on-11 drills, tweets Joe Reedy with the Cincinnati Enquirer.
Leon Hall (thumb) doing some individual work but did not take part in first 11 on 11 drill.— Joe Reedy (@joereedy) May 21, 2013