Jones (illness) underwent successful open-heart surgery Thursday, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Jones landed on the reserve/non-football injury list Nov. 26, just three weeks after he signed a contract with the Broncos. The 2016 second-round pick indicated on his personal Instagram account Friday that the reason for his surgery relates to an anomalous coronary artery. A timetable for Jones' return has yet to be disclosed.
Jones (illness) was placed on the reserve/non-football illness list Tuesday, Nicki Jhabvala of The Athletic reports.
Jones' illness came at a particularly unfortunate time, as he joined the Broncos just three weeks ago and has yet to suit up for them. Shakial Taylor (ankle) was claimed off waivers to replace the 25-year-old, who finishes the year with four tackles (three solo), all coming in eight games with the Ravens.
Jones has been ruled out for Sunday's game at Buffalo due to an illness, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports.
Jones was claimed off waivers by the Broncos on Nov. 13 and was a healthy scratch last week during his first game with the team, so his absence is unlikely to make a significant impact.
The Broncos claimed Jones off waivers Wednesday, Zac Stevens of TheDNVR.com reports.
Jones was waived by the Ravens on Tuesday, and he now lands in Denver. The 25-year-old offers upside on special teams and as a return specialist.
Jones was waived by the Ravens, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
Jones had played exclusively on special teams for the Ravens since Week 2 and has just one tackle in that time. With Iman Marshall's activation from IR, the 25-year-old was deemed expendable. He'll soon be free to join another club.
Jones is active for Sunday's game against the Dolphins.
Jones is set to serve as Baltimore's top punt returner Week 1. He'll also play a deep depth role in the secondary.
Jones will serve as Baltimore's top punt returner to begin the 2019 season, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
Jones has impressed in similar roles before, so his grasp on the team's top punt return job is of little surprise. The 2016 second-round pick projects to do most of his damage on special teams, and he could hold some fantasy value in leagues that award points for return yards.
Jones (illness) notched three tackles (two solo) during Thursday's 26-13 preseason win over the Packers.
Jones appears fully recovered from the health issue that caused him to miss spring workouts. The 2016 second-round pick is primed to serve as the Ravens' primary punt returner, and will also provide the team with cornerback depth.
Jones has been out all spring with what coach John Harbaugh described as a "health issue," Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. "He had kind of an episode a few months ago. He's not cleared to practice at this time," Harbaugh said Wednesday.
While it's unclear what is keeping him from OTAs and minicamp, Jones is expected to return for training camp. Once he's back in the fold, Jones will compete for a depth role in a loaded Ravens secondary.
Jones was claimed off waivers by the Ravens on Monday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
The Patriots waived Jones late last week after he appeared in two games. It's likely Jones -- who's in his third year out of Alabama -- will play a depth role behind Brandon Carr and Tavon Young in Baltimore's secondary. The Ravens waived wide receiver Tim White in a corresponding move.
The Patriots released Jones on Saturday.
Jones suited up two games for the Patriots this season, making just one tackle in a minimal role. He will likely look for a practice squad role.
Jones signed a two-year contract with the Patriots on Wednesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
A 2016 second-round draft pick by New England, Jones was cut loose at the conclusion of the preseason and landed on the Ravens' practice squad. With the Patriots in need of a boost in the return game, Jones will get another look from the team, but he'll likely need to perform well in his initial opportunities to guaranteed himself anything more than an abbreviated stay. Running back Kenjon Barner was released to make room for Jones on the 53-man roster.
Jones was let go by the Patriots on Saturday, Ryan Hannable of WEEI reports.
The news comes as rather striking considering Jones was drafted in the second round of the 2016 draft. New England is no stranger to striking moves, however, so it's not all that unconventional for the dynasty. Jones has a good chance to latch on elsewhere considering his youth and potential.
Jones (knee) was taken off the PUP list Tuesday and returned to practice, Ben Volin of The Boston Globe reports.
While Jones has officially been removed from the PUP list, the Patriots likely won't be quick to rush him back to a full workload given that he is coming off an ACL tear. But a return to practice in any capacity is a great sign for Jones after he spent the entire 2017 season on injured reserve.
Jones (knee) was placed on the Physically Unable to Perform list, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
Jones tore his ACL at the tail end of the 2017 preseason and spent the entire season on injured reserve as a result. Although he was limited in OTAs, the Patriots are opting to make sure the cornerback is at full strength before letting him loose for training camp.
Jones (knee) is practicing in limited fashion during OTAs, Paul Perillo of the Patriots' official site reports.
Jones tore his ACL and meniscus during the 2017 preseason and missed the entire year as a result. He's currently working with the team's rehab group while working his way back into some non-contact drills. He isn't wearing a brace, which is a sign he's nearing a full return. It's expected that he won't be limited once training camp begins and he works towards a depth role on the defense.
Jones has been ruled out for the season with a torn ACL and partially torn meniscus, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Jones suffered the non-contact injury in Thursday's preseason finale against the Giants, and the 2016 second-round pick will have to sit out his second NFL season. He was likely going to play a role as a return man and on special teams coverage this season.
Jones suffered a knee injury in Thursday's preseason matchup against the Giants and will not return.
Jones went to the ground with with a non-contact injury to his knee while covering a deep pass down the sideline. There's no telling how serious this injury is, but the 2016 second-round pick is vying for a role as a return man and on special teams coverage units if he can get healthy again.
Jones (knee) was a full participant at practice Wednesday.
Jones sat out Week 17 but it appears the week off prior to the divisional round was enough for him to get healthy. He's near the bottom of the Patriots' depth chart and likely won't see much action beyond special teams.
Jones (knee) was ruled out of Sunday's game in Miami.
While it isn't certain when Jones suffered a knee injury, the rookie will look to return to full health in time for postseason play.
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