Jones (concussion) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Raiders. Jones' availability for Sunday was expected after practicing in full throughout the week. Starting free safety Tre Boston (ankle) is also active, so Jones is slated to serve as his backup.
Jones (concussion) is considered questionable for Sunday's game against the Raiders, David Newton of ESPN.com reports. Jones has been able to fully participate in practice throughout the week, so he'll just need to pass final tests before being cleared to play Sunday. If Tre Boston (ankle) is ruled out, Jones could get the start at free safety.
Jones (concussion) practiced in full Wednesday, Bryan Strickland of the Panthers' official site reports. Jones' prospects for Sunday's game against the Raiders are looking up. If he is indeed able to play, look for him to contribute on special teams and serve as backup free safety behind starter Tre Boston.
Jones (concussion) has been ruled out of Thursday's game against the Saints, The Charlotte Observer reports. Jones is a special teams regular for the Panthers. However, his absence will likely have a minimal impact on the outcome of the game as he doesn't contribute much on defense.
Panthers pecial teams ace and reserve safety Colin Jones will miss an extended period of time due to a groin injury, the team reported Monday. Jones, who hurt himself at the team's penultimate training camp practice, will see a specialist to determine the severity of the injury. "That's much more than a tweak," coach Ron Rivera said. "He's going to see a doctor and we'll go from there."