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VIDEO: Adam Jones credits anger management after Rolls-Royce crash

Adam Jones in court in January (FOX19 NOW/file) Adam Jones in court in January (FOX19 NOW/file)
Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam Jones warms up before an NFL football game against the Houston Texans Saturday, Dec. 24, 2016, in Houston. (AP Photo/Sam Craft) Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam Jones warms up before an NFL football game against the Houston Texans Saturday, Dec. 24, 2016, in Houston. (AP Photo/Sam Craft)
CINCINNATI (FOX19) -

Bengals cornerback Adam Jones is crediting anger management courses for keeping his cool after crashing his Rolls-Royce early Tuesday. 

Jones went off in an expletive-filled video posted to his Instagram story. 

The collision happened on Ohio Pike in Union Township. Jones narrates the video while pointing his camera at the damaged car with a deployed airbag inside. 

If it wasn't for his anger management classes he would "smack the sh*t out of a n**ga," Jones says. 

Jones can also be heard saying, "They talk about anger management at work ... normally I'd smack the shit outta a n**ga who do the sh*t like that. Stupid motherf**ker."

Union Township Police Chief Scott Gaviglia blamed the collision on the rain and called it a "very minor accident." Jones and the other driver will not be cited. 

Jones called 911 after the collision and asked the dispatcher to "stop f*****g yelling on the phone" because he was still rattled from the wreck. Listen to the call here. 

The Bengal shook off the incident in a later post. 

"It's been a long morning man -- we got that work in though," Jones said in a video shot inside the Bengals locker room. 

He went on to acknowledge the crash and said he's going to have a new Rolls-Royce in a couple of weeks.

The Bengals declined to comment on the incident. 

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Jones entered counseling and anger management classes after an incident at the Millennium Hotel on Jan. 3. 

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