Jones made five solo tackles in Sunday's victory over the Dolphins.
Jackson saw his first extended action of the season in Week 9, and he was even more involved in Week 10, playing 89.7 percent of the Packers' defensive snaps. He figures to play plenty again in Week 11, and could even see his snap-count percentage rise again if fellow safety Kentrell Brice (ankle) is unable to go.
Jones had six tackles (four solo) in Sunday's loss to the Patriots.
Jones was on the field for just four defensive snaps all season prior to Week 9, but he saw a major boost in activity due to the trade of Ha Ha Clinton-Dix during the week, the ejection of fellow safety Jermaine Whitehead in the first half of Sunday's contest, and the knee injury suffered by another safety, Kentrell Brice.
Jones (ankle) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Bills, Michael Cohen of The Athletic reports.
Jones has yet to play a game during the 2018 season, having been sidelined due to a lingering ankle injury. The second-year cornerback was a limited participant in practice throughout the week, and may be a game-time decision Week 4.
Jones (ankle) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice, Michael Cohen of The Athletic reports.
Jones has missed three straight games, and will need to practice in full at some point during the week to have any chance of suiting up for Sunday's tilt against the Bills. If the 2017 second-rounder continues to miss time, Jermaine Whitehead and Raven Greene will serve as the primary backups to Kentrell Brice.
Jones will sit out for the third straight week. Although he's listed as the No. 2 strong safety behind Kentrell Brice, Jones is a special talent and will log plenty of defensive snaps once he's healthy.
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