Jones re-signed with the 49ers on a one-year deal Thursday, Matt Barrows of The Sacramento Bee reports. Jones played only six games for the 49ers in 2016, recording 17 combined tackles. He was claimed off of waivers by San Francisco last season after Arik Armstead went down with a shoulder injury. Jones will provide depth for the 49ers' defensive line.
Jones was signed by the 49ers on Tuesday. The 49ers bring in Jones to bolster their defensive line after Arik Armstead (shoulder) was placed on injured reserve. Jones has been around the league since he was drafted in 2013, but most recently played for the Dolphins, recording seven tackles in seven games before being cut on Nov. 7. The 26-year-old will compete for reps with backup defensive end Ronald Blair behind new starter DeForest Buckner.
The Dolphins waived Jones on Monday, Barry jackson of the Miami Herald reports. Jones has been on the active roster since Week 2 after originally failing to make the final roster prior to Week 1. He had recorded six tackles in seven games. The Dolphins opted to add secondary depth in their corresponding roster moves.
Jones will re-sign with the Dolphins this week, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports. Jones was originally cut by Miami prior to the beginning of the 2016 regular season, but the team will add the defensive tackle back to the roster after placing fellow defensive lineman Earl Mitchell (calf) on Injured Reserve. Jones shouldn't draw much attention in IDP formats as he expects to simply provide depth for the Dolphins.
Jones was released by Miami on Saturday, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports. This move comes as somewhat of a surprise as Jones had been working with the second unit but the Dolphins are deep on the defensive line but in the end the team decided to go with younger and cheaper backups.