Jones (undisclosed) was waived by the Jets on Thursday.
Jones hasn't had much impact defensively since he left New England, seeing just 301 defensive snaps and racking up 17 tackles (12 solo) last season. There's a chance he's claimed off waivers by another club, or he will otherwise become a free agent.
Jones (undisclosed) was moved to injured reserve Saturday, Cam Inman of the Mercury News reports.
The nature of Jones' injury isn't clear. He's likely stuck on IR through season's end, barring an injury settlement.
Jones re-signed with the 49ers on a one-year deal Thursday, Matt Barrows of The Sacramento Bee reports.
Jones played only six games for the 49ers in 2016, recording 17 combined tackles. He was claimed off of waivers by San Francisco last season after Arik Armstead went down with a shoulder injury. Jones will provide depth for the 49ers' defensive line.
Jones was signed by the 49ers on Tuesday.
The 49ers bring in Jones to bolster their defensive line after Arik Armstead (shoulder) was placed on injured reserve. Jones has been around the league since he was drafted in 2013 but most recently played for the Dolphins, recording seven tackles in seven games before being cut on Nov. 7. The 26-year-old will compete for reps with backup defensive end Ronald Blair behind new starter DeForest Buckner.
The Dolphins waived Jones on Monday, Barry jackson of the Miami Herald reports.
Jones has been on the active roster since Week 2 after originally failing to make the final roster prior to Week 1. He had recorded six tackles in seven games. The Dolphins opted to add secondary depth in their corresponding roster moves.
Jones was re-signed by the Dolphins on Wednesday.
Jones was originally cut by Miami prior to the beginning of the 2016 regular season, but the team will add the defensive tackle back to the roster after placing fellow defensive lineman Earl Mitchell (calf) on Injured Reserve. Jones shouldn't draw much attention in IDP formats as he's simply expected to provide depth for the Dolphins.
Jones was released by Miami on Saturday, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports.
This move comes as somewhat of a surprise as Jones had been working with the second unit. The Dolphins are deep on the defensive line, but in the end the team decided to go with younger and cheaper backups.
The Dolphins have claimed Jones off waivers from the Patriots, the Palm Beach Post reports.
Now healthy, Jones, who missed last season with a calf injury, will bolster the Dolphins' interior line depth. While starting 23 of 28 games for the Patriots during the 2013 and 2014 seasons, Jones tallied a total of 79 tackles and nine sacks.
The Patriots will be at nearly full strength for Sunday’s Super Bowl as the following players have been listed as probable: Tom Brady (ankle), Dont’a Hightower (shoulder), Chris Jones (elbow), Akeem Ayers (knee), Darrelle Revis (non-injury-related) and Sealver Siliga (foot).
All except Brady were limited participants in practice Friday. The only question mark is center Bryan Stork, who is questionable with a knee injury and was limited in practice Friday.
The Patriots are currently 1-point favorites against Seattle.
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (ankle) was the only full participant in Thursday's practice in preparation for the Super Bowl on Feb. 1 against the Seahawks, according to 710 AM ESPN Radio in Seattle.
Cornerback Brandon Browner (knee), linebacker Dont'a Hightower (shoulder), defensive tackle Chris Jones (elbow), wide receiver Brandon LaFell (shoulder, toe), defensive lineman Sealver Siliga (foot) and center Bryan Stork (knee) were all limited participants.
The Patriots released a hypothetical Wednesday practice report during the bye week, with center Bryan Stork being listed as a DNP due to a knee injury.
Quarterback Tom Brady also appeared on the report with an ankle injury but would have participated fully in practice.
Five players would have been limited if the Patriots would have held practice Wednesday, including wide receiver Brandon LaFell (shoulder, toe), defensive linemen Chris Jones (elbow) and Sealver Siliga (foot), linebacker Dont'a Hightower (shoulder) and cornerback Brandon Browner (knee).
New England is a 1-point favorite against Seattle in Super Bowl XLIX after opening as an underdog.
The Patriots have listed DL Chris Jones, DE Zach Moore, WR Brian Tyms, WR Josh Boyce, C Bryan Stork, OL Jordan Devey and RB James White as inactive for the AFC Championship game.
Jones and Stork were the only two players listed on the injury report coming into the contest. Jones was considered probable due to an elbow injury. Stork was ruled out due to a knee issue. The other five players listed are considered healthy scratches.
As the Patriots gear up for Sunday's AFC Championship game vs. Indianapolis, the team has listed linebacker Dont'a Hightower (shoulder), wide receiver Brandon LaFell (shoulder, toe) and cornerback Brandon Browner (knee) as questionable on the injury report. All three players were limited in practice Friday.
Defensive tackle Chris Jones (elbow) was the only other Patriots' player listed as questionable. Center Bryan Stork has been ruled out due to a knee injury, while quarterback Tom Brady is probable with an ankle injury.
The Patriots are 6 1/2-point favorites for Sunday's game.
Wide receiver Brandon LaFell was one of four Patriots players limited in practice Thursday, but he doesn't anticipate his toe and shoulder injuries keeping him out of Sunday's AFC Championship game, NESN.com reports.
"At this time of year, everybody’s banged up," LaFell said. "So when you think about sitting out, you think about all of them hard days you put in in camp, OTAs and you’re like, ‘I didn’t do all of that work six-to-seven months ago to sit out now.’ So no matter what injury (anybody’s) got in this locker room, they’re going to play through."
Defensive lineman Chris Jones (elbow), linebacker Dont'a Hightower (shoulder) and cornerback Brandon Browner (ankle) were also limited in practice Thursday. Quarterback Tom Brady (ankle) was able to practice in full.
New England is a 6 1/2-point favorite for Sunday's home game against Indianapolis.
The Patriots inactive list for Week 1 against the Dolphins is as follows: Offensive linemen Josh Kline and Bryan Stork; defensive linemen Michael Buchanan and Chris Jones; linebacker Darius Fleming; running back James White; and wide receiver Aaron Dobson.
The Patriots have listed five players on their final injury report leading up to Sunday's opener against the Dolphins in Miami. Defensive tackle Chris Jones (ankle) and Michael Buchanan (ankle) were the only players ruled out for the game.
Defensive tackle Sealver Siliga (hand) was a limited participant in practice all week and has been ruled as questionable. Quarterback Tom Brady and tight end Rob Gronkowski were listed questionable but both are expected to play Sunday.
The Patriots announced that four players were limited in Wednesday's practice session: tight end Rob Gronkowski (knee) and defensive lineman Chris Jones (ankle), Sealver Siliga (hand) and Michael Buchanan (ankle).
The following players will not suit up for the Patriots Thursday night against the Giants: Brandon Bolden, Michael Hoomanawanui, Jarod Mayo, Dont'a Hightower, Chris Martin, Dominique Easley, Sebastian Vollmer, Rob Gronkowski, Chris Jones and Sealver Siliga.
According to NESN Sports, the following players are not expected to dress for the Patriots Friday night against Carolina: Bryan Stork, Chris Martin, Dominique Easley, Sebastian Vollmer, Chris Jones, Cameron Gordon and Sealver Siliga.
According to ESPN Boston, the following players are not expected to dress for the Patriots Friday night against Philadelphia: wide receiver Aaron Dobson, safety Tavon Wilson, safety Kanorris Davis, tight end D.J. Williams, tight end Michael Hoomanawanui, linebacker Cameron Gordon, linebacker Jerod Mayo, linebacker Ja'Gared Davis, linebacker James Anderson, center Bryan Stork, offensive tackle Chris Martin, defensive tackle Dominique Easley, wide receiver Jeremy Gallon, tight end Rob Gronkowski, defensive tackle Ben Bass, defensive tackle Jerel Worthy, defensive tackle Chris Jones, running back Tyler Gaffney, cornerback Alfonzo Dennard and defensive tackle Sealver Siliga.