The Ravens released Jones last Wednesday in a move that freed up $750,000 in available cap space.
Cincinnati could not only use some more depth at receiver, but Jones can have a positive impact in the return games, which happens to be an area of need for the Bengals. Ted Ginn Jr. has also come up as a potential option for the engals given that he also helps them in these areas.
Jones, 30, signed a four-year, $12 million contract that included $4.5 million guaranteed with the Ravens back in March of last year.
In 2014, Jones caught nine passes for 131 yards receiving to go along with 978 kick return yards and 275 punt return yards and a touchdown.
We’ll have more regarding Jones and the Bengals as the news is available.