Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones was arrested at a bar late Saturday night for disorderly conduct while intoxicated and resisting arrest, local reports say. Two police officers were forced to physically restrain Jones to apply handcuffs as he fought to pull away, the TV report says. Jones had been yelling profanities and waving his arms violently, according to WKRC-TV. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has stated that players will still be subject to review and discipline under the personal-conduct policy for potential violations during the lockout. In late February, Jones was sentenced in Las Vegas to probation and 200 hours of community service under a plea deal for his role in a 2007 strip club melee.Jones received a suspended sentence and was also ordered to receive anger management counseling. The sentence required Jones to undergo random drug testing. Jones, who signed with the Bengals in May 2010, was Tennessee's first-round pick in 2005. Six arrests and a dozen instances involving police intervention scuttled his career. He was suspended for the 2007 season with Tennessee. The Cowboys signed him, but he was suspended for six games in 2008 for an alcohol-related scuffle with a bodyguard provided by the team. Jones played five games last year for the Bengals, notching 11 tackles and an interception. He was hurt in Week 7 during a loss to Atlanta, and underwent surgery for a herniated disk in his neck. Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.