Ravens agree to terms on four-year deal with WR Jacoby Jones

Jacoby Jones is staying Baltimore. (USATSI)
Jacoby Jones is staying Baltimore. (USATSI)

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Get the party bus ready because Jacoby Jones is staying Baltimore. The Ravens wide receiver agreed to a deal on Wednesday that will keep him in Baltimore for at least four more years, the team announced

Jones' new deal with the Ravens has a maximum value of $14 million and includes $4.5 million in guaranteed money, according to ESPN.com

The 29-year-old receiver was visiting with the New York Giants on Wednesday, before deciding that he wanted to stay in Baltimore where he's been since 2012. 

The 2012 Pro Bowler made a name for himself in Super Bowl XLVII when he scored two touchdowns in the Ravens 34-31 win over San Francisco. Jones totaled 262 yards in the game, including a Super Bowl record 108-yard kickoff return for a touchdown and a 56-yard touchdown reception.  

In 2013, Jones' season got off to a rough start when he sprained his knee in a Week 1 loss to Denver. Jones missed four games due to the injury and even made headlines while he was rehabbing when he allegedly got into an altercation with a stripper on a party bus. 

Jones rebounded from the injury and ended up catching 37 passes for 455 yards and two touchdowns on the season. The 29-year-old also returned one kickoff for a touchdown in 2013 and it was a big one. 

During a Week 14 game with Minnesota, Jones returned a fourth quarter kickoff 77-yards for a score that gave Baltimore a late 22-19 lead in a game the Ravens would win 29-26. That game involved a total of 36 points being scored in the final 2:30. 

Jones was also involved in a memorable kickoff that didn't go for a touchdown. In Week 13, Steelers coach Mike Tomlin stepped on the field while Jones was returning a kickoff. Although Jones didn't score on the play, the Ravens still won 22-20. 

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John Breech has been at CBS Sports since July 2011 and currently spends most of his time writing about the NFL. He's believed to be one of only three people in the world who thinks that Andy Dalton will... Full Bio

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