Ravens agree to terms on four-year deal with WR Jacoby Jones
The Baltimore Ravens and Jacoby Jones have agreed to terms on a four-year deal that will reportedly pay Jones $4.5 million in guaranteed money.
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 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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