Cowboys' Byron Jones: Could shift back to corner in 2018
Jones, who has predominantly played safety the last two seasons, could be moved to cornerback in 2018, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports.
New secondary coach Kris Richard has a track record for preferring corners with size, and the six-foot, 205-pound Jones would seemingly fit the bill. Jones has also been inconsistent in his time at safety, and by the end of last season, he was splitting snaps with Kavon Frazier at the position. A shift back to cornerback -- the position Jones spent the most time at during his rookie campaign -- wouldn't do his IDP value any favors, but it could strengthen the Cowboys' overall team defense.
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