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Posts Tagged ‘Matt Jones’
It’s very early, but Bengals WR Matt Jones caught the attention of observers during OTAs this week.
Posted: Tuesday, April 13th, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Bruce Campbell, Dexter McCluster, Dez Bryant, Gerald McCoy, Jacksonville Jaguars, Jerry Porter, Matt Jones, New England Patriots, Oakland Raiders, R. Jay Soward, Reggie Williams, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Jaguars could use a receiver, but do not count on the team turning to the troubled but talented Dez Bryant.
How will the Browns use the talented and versatile Josh Cribbs in 2010? According to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, they would like to develop him as a receiver. That and much more Around the Web.
According to the Dayton Daily News, the Bengals will use newly-acquired Matt Jones as a tight end.
The Buccaneers badly need a playmaker or some sign of life on offense. At 0-5, this is precisely the kind of franchise that could afford to take a shot on someone, give a second chance to a former first-round draft pick with a strong skill set — like WR Matt Jones.
Teams are lining up workouts for Tuesday as they look to address needs created by injuries or lack of production. I’ll keep a running list here of various free agents on the move throughout the day.
Posted: Wednesday, September 23rd, 2009 | Jason La Canfora Tags: Brady Quinn, Brodie Croyle, Carolina Panthers, Chad Rinehart, Chris Samuels, Cleveland Browns, Clinton Portis, Derek Anderson, Detroit Lions, Jake Delhomme, Jeff Fisher, Kansas City Chiefs, Matt Cassel, Matt Jones, Miami Dolphins, Randy Thomas, Rod Bironas, Santana Moss, Stephon Heyer, Tennessee Tiatns, Tod Haley, Tony Gonzalez, Washington Redskins
Some 0-2 teams are in a lot better shape than others, at least in part because they know who they want to be, and what they do best.
Free agent wide receiver Matt Jones was not signed by the Titans this week, but considering how late in the preseason it was, the fact the team was playing that night — and that signing Jones then would have hurt their roster options that night — and the fact they were already facing cuts, that’s not a surprise.
As the Michael Vick decision showed us again this week, this is a country, and league, of second chances. Right now former Jaguars receiver Matt Jones, a 2005 first-round pick, is working out daily in Florida and wondering when his second opportunity will come.
If he holds to the decision that was reported Monday, Derrick Mason’s retirement comes at a very bad time for the Ravens. In many ways, Mason holds all the cards, and the Ravens now have a much different set of issues to address.
Could CB Adam Jones be returning to Dallas? The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports that Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is considering the move and wondered aloud how much heat he would take from the press if he made such a move.
The Jaguars have cut WR Matt Jones, who recently was released from an Arkansas jail for violation of his probation. With Jones out of the mix, the Jaguars become very thin at wide receiver.
Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio made his first public comments on three-game suspension of WR Matt Jones on Tuesday, and updated the injury status of Greg Jones, WR Jerry Porter and RB Fred Taylor.
Matt Jones had developed into a viable fantasy option in 2008, posting 65 receptions, 761 yards and two touchdowns. Unless the Jaguars make a move in the offseason, he’ll enter next season as a starter and be worth a middle-to late-round selection in fantasy drafts.