A shakeup in the
Jones worked with the first team Wednesday after serving with the backups earlier in the week, according to the Miami Herald. He had been suspended four games for violating the league drug policy. He might have taken longer to get back to his familiar role had usual slot corner Cortland Finnegan not missed practice with a neck injury
Wilson, meanwhile, feels fine in the slot. "I became real comfortable last year," Wilson said. "I played well. I feel like I was one of the best slot corners in the league last year. And it's not like I haven't been covering anyone one-on-one. I still do one-on-one every single day and all through camp."
The team signed wide receiver
With Miami on a bye, Jones should be back on the field Week 6 against Green Bay.
The NFL and the NFL Players Association are finalizing a new drug policy Tuesday evening, and a formal announcement is expected to be made by Wednesday morning, CBSSports.com NFL insider Jason La Canfora reports.
The NFLPA has begun to notify players of the revamped suspensions under the new policy, including
Just hours after the NFL Players Association announced the approval of a new drug policy, senior vice president of communications Greg Aiello tweeted that the league has yet to reach an agreement with the union on revisions to our drug programs, citing "significant unresolved issues."
As a result,
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