Being the Packers leading receiver in 2015 is probably something that's fun to brag about, unfortunately for James Jones though, it's not helping him get a job.

The 32-year-old, who led the Packers in both receiving yards and receiving touchdowns last season, has been a free agent for almost three months now and still hasn't found a team that's willing to take a chance on him.

"I'm extremely surprised that I'm still here waiting," Jones told SiriusXM NFL radio this week. "Especially off the season that I had in Green Bay, led the team in touchdowns and receiving yards, I had a really productive season. I am surprised, but this is a crazy business, so you never really know what happens. Man, I'm in shape and I've been training hard. I'm ready to play. I'm just waiting on the next opportunity."

Although Jones said he's willing to play for almost anyone in 2016, he does seem to have one preference.

"Like I told my agent, I'm right here in San Francisco, in the Niners' backyard," Jones said. "You know what I mean? I'd love to stay here at home and play for the Niners, don't have to move my family or none of that stuff. My kids get to stay in school. But, at the same time, I'm just ready to play. I'll play wherever. I'm just ready to get it on."

As for his time with the Packers, Jones doesn't hold any ill-will against his former team about the way things ended.

The Packers let the 32-year-old walk so they could give more playing time to younger guys like Ty Montgomery, Jeff Janis, Jared Abbrederis,Randall Cobb and Davante Adams.

"They've got a lot of great young receivers over there," Jones said.

If the 49ers aren't willing to sign Jones, he'll go anywhere, and he just has one stipulation: He wants to sign before training camp starts.

"I just want to play. I got me a Super Bowl ring, I'd love to get another one," Jones said. "But like I said, my ultimate goal is to play 12 years. And I just want to get out there and play football. It doesn't matter who it's for. I just want to play. If it is a chance where I get to a team that they're a contender or we have a chance to win the Super Bowl, that's awesome, too. Everybody thinks they're going win the Super Bowl right now. I'm just trying to get somewhere to play."

Jones might not have a team to play for now, but there's a good chance that at least one team out there will eventually make room for a wide receiver who went for 890 yards and eight touchdowns last season.

James Jones would like someone to sign him. USATSI