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Nov 19, 2023 1 10 10.0 10 0 2
Nov 12, 2023 1 13 13.0 13 0 1
Nov 5, 2023 3 2 0.7 4 0
Oct 15, 2023 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 1, 2023 0 0 0 0 0

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2023 95 3.65 2 7 37 233.3
2022 24 2.40 5 30 30.5
2021 142 2.63 5 29 131.2
3y Avg. 60 2.73 3 20
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  • Cardinals' Tony Jones: Lands reserve/future deal with AZ

    The Cardinals signed Jones to a reserve/future contract Monday, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports. Davis is a four-year NFL veteran who has seen action with three different teams, including two stints with New Orleans, over the past two campaigns. He played a prominent role in Weeks 2 and 3 with the Saints this season, tallying 65 yards and two touchdowns on 20 rushes along with 21 yards on four receptions, but he was released two weeks later. Jones subsequently signed with Arizona and spent much of the remainder of the campaign on the practice squad but did see action in three games, carrying five times for 25 yards and adding three catches for 16 yards. He'll have a chance to complete for a spot on the team's roster during training camp this summer.
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  • Tony Jones: Back on practice squad

    Jones reverted to the Cardinals' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log. With Emari Demercado (toe) still sidelined, Jones was the only Arizona running back to get snaps (16 of 61 on offense) and touches (two) behind James Conner's 42 plays and 16 touches for 63 yards from scrimmage Sunday against the Texans. Both of Jones' touches went for 10-plus yards en route to 21 total yards. Meanwhile, Keaontay Ingram was active but didn't play, and newcomer Michael Carter was a healthy scratch. It remains to be seen who may get looks behind Conner on a weekly basis moving forward, but Demercado, Jones and Carter (once he's acclimated) could be the best bets.
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  • Cardinals' Tony Jones: Joins active roster

    The Cardinals elevated Jones to their active roster Saturday, Howard Balzer of GoPHNX.com reports. The 25-year-old out of Notre Dame was likely added to Arizona's active roster to ensure depth at running back, with Emari Demercado (toe) missing Sunday's contest. Jones has made six appearances for the Cardinals and Saints in 2023, recording 111 total yards on 31 touches.
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  • Tony Jones: Goes back to practice squad

    Jones reverted to Arizona's practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log. Jones took one carry for 13 yards in Sunday's win versus the Falcons. If Emari Demercado is able to return in Week 11, Jones will probably remain relegated to the practice squad.
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  • Cardinals' Tony Jones: Moves to active roster

    Jones signed to the Cardinals' practice squad and then was elevated to the active roster Saturday. The team also activated James Conner (knee) on Saturday, making Jones the third healthy running back on the depth chart behind Conner and Keaontay Ingram. Jones was claimed off waivers from the Saints on Oct. 9 and then cut by the Cardinals twice before being brought back. The fourth-year pro has appeared in one game for Arizona this year, carrying the ball three times for two yards and catching two passes for five yards.
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  • Tony Jones: Back in Arizona

    The Cardinals signed Jones to their practice squad Friday, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports. Even though Arizona waived Jones just two days ago, they've agreed to bring him back on the team's practice squad. The Cardinals originally picked up the 25-year-old running back off waivers Oct. 9 after New Orleans cut ties with him two days earlier. Jones has recorded 70 rushing yards on 21 attempts with two touchdowns this year, and he'll give Arizona even more running back depth with James Conner (knee) missing multiple games.
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  • Cardinals' Tony Jones: Sitting out Sunday

    Jones (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's contest at the Rams, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Arizona claimed Jones off waivers last Monday, giving him less than a week to get up to speed with his new offense. In the wake of James Conner (knee) landing on injured reserve, the team instead will roll with Keaontay Ingram, undrafted rookie Emari Demercado and veteran Damien Williams out of its backfield Week 6. Jones' next chance for his first game action with the Cardinals will arrive next Sunday in Seattle.
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  • Tony Jones: Let go by New Orleans

    The Saints waived Jones on Saturday, Katherine Terrell of ESPN.com reports. Jones played a prominent role for New Orleans in Weeks 2 and 3, logging over 50 percent of the team's offensive snaps across the two contests and tallying 20 carries for 65 yards and two touchdowns along with four receptions for 21 yards. However, with Alvin Kamara returning from a suspension last week, Jones saw just 10 offensive snaps and didn't receive any handoffs or targets. His departure comes as a bit of a surprise considering Jamaal Williams (hamstring) remains on IR and won't be eligible to return until next week, and it likely means that Kendre Miller will have a firmer role as the Saints' No. 2 back behind Kamara on Sunday against the Patriots.
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  • Saints' Tony Jones: Likely to have role in Week 3

    Jones will have a role out of the Saints backfield Sunday at Green Bay with Jamaal Williams (hamstring) ruled out for the contest, Stacey Dales of NFL Network reports. Jones stepped in Monday in Carolina when Williams departed in the second quarter with a hamstring injury, turning 12 carries into 34 yards and two touchdowns while failing to gather in either of his targets. While 2.8 YPC is uninspiring, Jones' 5-foot-11, 224-pound stature lends itself to short-yardage and goal-line work, which yielded the aforementioned scores from two yards out on both occasions. Jones will be vying for RB reps with rookie third-round pick Kendre Miller and potentially practice-squad members Kirk Merritt and/or Jordan Mims on Sunday, but the elevated workload likely is a short-term deal considering Alvin Kamara's three-game suspension ends after this weekend.
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  • Saints' Tony Jones: Inked to active roster

    The Saints signed Jones from their practice squad to the active roster Wednesday, Brooke Kirchhofer of NewOrleans.Football reports. With Alvin Kamara still serving a suspension, the Saints had only two active running backs Week 2 at Carolina. When Jamaal Williams (hamstring) departed in the second quarter, Jones and the versatile Taysom Hill combined to lead the backfield, with the former salvaging his day with two rushing touchdowns. Overall, Jones had 12 carries for just 34 yards (2.8 YPC) and didn't haul in either of his two targets. Now that he's on the active roster and because Williams may miss some time due to his injury, Jones and rookie Kendre Miller (hamstring) may be tasked with handling most of the reps out of the backfield during Sunday's contest at Green Bay.
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  • Saints' Tony Jones: Scores twice after Williams' injury

    Jones rushed 12 times for 34 yards and two touchdowns while failing to catch either of his two targets in Monday's 20-17 win over the Panthers. Jones became the team's lone available running back after Jamaal Williams (hamstring) exited in the second quarter. He took advantage of the opportunity, powering in a two-yard touchdown late in the third quarter to give the Saints a 13-6 lead before adding another two-yard score in the fourth. Rookie Kendre Miller (hamstring) has yet to make his NFL debut and Alvin Kamara has one game remaining on his three-game suspension, so Jones could be the Saints' top backfield option by default Week 3 against the Packers if neither Williams nor Miller are healthy enough to play.
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  • Saints' Tony Jones: Could see increased usage Monday

    Jones and Jamaal Williams are New Orleans' only two active running backs ahead of Monday's game at Carolina. With regular starter Alvin Kamara still serving a suspension and Kendre Miller (hamstring) and Kirk Merritt (coach's decision) both inactive for Week 2, Jones could be in line to see an uptick in reps against the Panthers. That said, in Week 1, the Saints only gave three carries to running backs not named Williams, so Jones may not carry much fantasy relevance despite his active status.
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  • Saints' Tony Jones: Active for Monday Night Football

    Jones is active for Monday's matchup against the Panthers. Jones was elevated from the practice squad earlier in the day and will officially suit up versus Carolina. He saw just one rushing attempt in the season opener, but he's the only running back available behind Jamaal Williams on Monday.
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  • Tony Jones: Gets elevation to active roster

    New Orleans elevated Jones from its practice squad to the 53-man roster ahead of Monday's game at Carolina. It appears Jones is probably going to suit up for a second consecutive game Monday. He saw just one carry in Week 1, and there's not much reason to believe he'll see significantly more work in Week 2 barring an injury to starter Jamaal Williams.
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  • Tony Jones: Finds practice squad spot

    Jones was added to the Saints' practice squad Thursday, Mike Triplett of NewOrleans.Football reports. Jones spent the offseason and training camp in Denver but ultimately did not make it through final roster cuts. He will now work to get acclimated with the Saints' playbook. The 25-year-old spent his first two-and-a-half seasons in New Orleans before joining Seattle midway through the 2022 campaign.
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  • Seahawks' Tony Jones: Inactive for wild-card game

    Jones is listed as inactive for Saturday's wild-card matchup with the 49ers due to a coach's decision. Jones is the odd-man-out at running back, as Seattle will be suting up Kenneth Walker, DeeJay Dallas and Godwin Igwebuike.
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  • Tony Jones: Back with Seattle's practice squad

    Jones signed with the Seahawks' practice squad Monday. The Seahawks continue to expertly maneuver Jones' roster status as the third-year back has bounced between the active roster and practice squad for most of the year. Given Kenneth Walker's numerous injuries over the past couple of weeks, it wouldn't be surprising to see Jones crack the active roster before the end of the season.
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  • Seahawks' Tony Jones: Timeshare on tap Sunday?

    GM John Schneider said on Seattle Sports pregame show that he expects Jones, Travis Homer and Godwin Igwebuike all to get work in the Seahawks backfield Sunday versus the Panthers with Kenneth Walker (ankle) and DeeJay Dallas (ankle) inactive. Jones has a chance to produce Week 14 with two of Seattle's top three running backs sidelined. Still, his overall stat line this season (seven carries for 14 yards, two catches for 18 yards) pales in comparison to Homer's (9-43-0 and 10-124-1, respectively). Adam Schefter of ESPN reported earlier Sunday that Jones could get the start over Homer, but considering Schneider's comment a timeshare may be in store for this backfield, which doesn't bode well for any of Jones, Homer or Igwebuike to put up a notable fantasy day.
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  • Seahawks' Tony Jones: RBs to Sit

    Jones could be looking at the featured role for the Seahawks with Kenneth Walker III (ankle), DeeJay Dallas (ankle) and Travis Homer (knee) all dealing with injuries. If all of them are out, Jones could share touches with Wayne Gallman and potentially Darwin Thompson or Godwin Igwebuike, and Jones should get the majority of work out of that group. He helped out in Week 13 against the Rams when Walker and Dallas were injured, and Jones had seven carries for 14 yards, along with two catches for 18 yards on four targets. But this is a tough matchup against the Panthers, who have allowed one running back to score a rushing touchdown since Week 6. If Jones starts for Seattle in Week 14 then I would consider him a flex, but he's only worth trusting in deeper leagues.
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  • Seahawks' Tony Jones: Expanded role likely awaits

    Jones and Travis Homer are both expected to take more prominent roles out of the Seattle backfield Sunday against Carolina with Kenneth Walker (ankle) and DeeJay Dallas (ankle) both listed as questionable but not expected to play, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. While Homer was inactive for last week's 27-23 win over the Rams, Jones suited up for Seattle for just the third time all season as the team's third running back behind Walker and Dallas. With both Walker and Dallas suffering injuries during the contest, Jones saw his first snaps on offense for Seattle, finishing with seven carries for 14 yards and two catches for 18 yards on four targets across 23 plays. Homer returned to full practice activity Thursday and is good to go for Sunday's contest, but because Seattle has rarely used him as much more than a change-of-pace option during his time with the team, it's possible that he shares snaps out of the backfield with Jones. Though both Homer and Jones look like better fantasy options than usual because of the absences of Walker and Dallas, the uncertainty of how head coach Pete Carroll may divide up the backfield work makes it tough to bank on either player to produce a useful line. Seattle also added a third running back, Godwin Igwebuike, from the practice squad Saturday to further gum up the works.
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