Jones (illness) wasn't listed on Wednesday's injury report, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Jones was inactive for the season opener, but he'll be ready for Week 2's matchup versus the Patriots. While he's slated for a reserve role, his backup duties could extend to OT as well if Cedric Ogbuehi (pectoral) is unavailable.
Jones (illness) is inactive for Sunday's game versus the Falcons.
Jones came down with an illness Saturday and was ruled out for the season opener. The Seahawks still have high hopes for the 2018 fifth-round pick, but for the time being, Jordan Simmons and B.J. Finney figure to be the backups for Damien Lewis at right guard.
Jones was added to the injury report and listed as questionable with an illness Saturday, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Jones entered the season projected to work as the team's backup right guard. However, the Seahawks will be thin along the offensive line if he's unable to go, as Cedric Ogbuehi (shoulder), Phil Haynes (hip) and others are already ruled out for their matchup against Atlanta in Week 1.
Jones (concussion) could compete for a starting spot at offensive guard during training camp, Brandon Gustafson of 710Sports.com reports.
Jones has proven capable of providing depth at both guard spots in the past, and it wouldn't be out of the question for him to offer competition for 33-year-old veteran Mike Iupati or third-round rookie Damien Lewis during training camp. Jones also boasts enough versatility to handle reps at tackle, so Seattle could realistically prefer him in a key reserve role.
Jones (concussion) is recovering from shoulder surgery, which he underwent shortly after the Seahawks were eliminated from the playoffs in January, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.
Jones is expected to be ready in time for the 2020 regular season, in which case he'll likely play a key depth role along Seattle's offensive line. He sat out the team's divisional-round loss to the Packers due to a concussion, but the shoulder is his main concern now.
Jones (concussion) won't return to Sunday's divisional round clash against the Packers, Brady Henderson of ESPN NFL Nation reports.
Jones was replaced by Phil Haynes at left guard, and Haynes will likely finish the game barring further injuries.
Jones (illness) isn't listed on the final injury report heading into Monday's matchup against San Francisco, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Jones' full practice Saturday cleared up any doubts about his status. He'll continue to work in a reserve role.
Jones saw 25 snaps on offense in Thursday's preseason finale against Oakland.
Jones sustained the injury in mid-August, although it's unclear how exactly he sustained it. Now healthy, the 23-year-old figures to slot in as a backup behind starting tackles Duane Brown and Germain Ifedi.
Head coach Pete Carroll said Jones will be held out of Saturday's preseason tilt with the Chargers due to a hip injury, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle reports.
It's unclear how Jones sustained the injury, although the team seems optimistic that he'll be able to play in their final preseason matchup Thursday. When healthy, Jones seems poised for a backup role behind starters Duane Brown and Germain Ifedi.
Jones (ankle) is expected to be ready for offseason workouts this spring, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. "[Jones] looks great," Carroll said recently. "He's in great shape, he has gained weight, he's stronger than he has ever been. Now he's already raring to go. He'll be back and there should be no hesitation with his return."
Seattle snagged Jones with a fifth-round pick in last year's draft, but the Ohio State product ultimately missed his entire rookie season thanks to an ankle injury that required surgery in August. It sounds like he'll have a full offseason uninhibited by any sort of rehab program, though, which could aid Jones in carving out a role along the offensive line in advance of the 2019 campaign.
The Seahawks placed Jones (ankle) on injured reserve Saturday, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic Seattle reports.
Jones, who the Seahawks picked in the fifth round of April's draft, was in competition for the right tackle position before he required surgery to repair a high-ankle sprain. He'll now shift his focus to the 2019 season.
Jones underwent surgery earlier this week to repair damage from a high-ankle sprain suffered last week, Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times reports.
Seattle general manager John Schneider confirmed the news during the team's official pregame radio show Saturday. The GM did not provide details, but Jones' recovery will take multiple weeks and possibly the season depending on how the Seahawks want to manage their roster. The 2018 fifth-round draft pick out of Ohio State had primarily played left tackle during camp.
Jones suffered a high-ankle sprain in Thursday's 19-17 preseason loss to the Colts, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle reports.
Jones was selected by the Seahawks in the fifth round of this year's draft to hopefully add depth to a brutal offensive line. Gaining the starting gig outright over Germain Ifedi seems plausible, however, considering how Ifedi has frustrated the coaching staff with penalties during training camp and preseason. Jones' injury was called "serious" by coach Pete Carroll, so that competition will be stalled for the time being.