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ESPN.com's John Clayton reports that the Cincinnati Bengals reached a two-year deal with cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones today. Jones had a workout with the Bengals earlier this week, his second workout with the team. In much better shape this time, Jones convinced the Bengals coaches and ownership to give him a chance to resurrect the deal. According to a source, the Bengals inserted language in the contract to protect themselves in case he gets in trouble off the field. The team wanted a two-year deal instead of a one-year contract because they were willing to take a chance on him that other teams were not. Jones will reportedly sign the two-year deal on Monday.