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Remembering Jacoby Jones' Time With the Ravens

The Ravens opted to release wide receiver Jacoby Jones this week in order to free up cap space for this upcoming offseason.The move shouldn't come as much of a surprise, as Jones' role in the offense fell off drastically this season.Jones recorded just nine receptions for 131 yards this year, and failed to find the end zone when on the field as a wide receiver.As a return specialist...
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Why Jacoby Jones’ Release Is No Surprise

The 2012 Pro Bowler was cut by the Baltimore Ravens on Wednesday. That ended Jacoby’s short tenure with the Ravens. The impact that Jones had on this Ravens team is undeniable — the ‘Purple Nation’ knows that. Jones became an overnight star and fan favorite in Baltimore based on his ability to make big plays both for the Special Teams unit and as a Wide Receiver. Speaking...
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No deal yet for Torrey Smith as Ravens release Jacoby Jones…

Jacoby Jones made some memorable “big plays” in his 3 years with the Ravens… but there are 3 million reasons why the Ravens had to let him go… Maybe it’s just brinksmanship on both sides, but it sure looks like Torrey Smith’s agent and the Ravens are dragging their feet on getting a contract extension done… Still no deal with WR Torrey Smith, who is arguably the...
Via Ravens Football Machine
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Could Haloti Ngata get cut by the Baltimore Ravens?

Adam Schefter might be one of the most on point analysts in the game, and today he reported that Haloti Ngata the massive defensive tackle from the University of Oregon could be on the chopping block in Baltimore. Veterans released so far: Reggie Bush, DeAngelo Williams, Jacoby Jones, AJ Hawk, Mathias Kiwanuka. More to come, […] The post Could Haloti Ngata get cut by the Baltimore...
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After Being Kicked To The Curb By The Ravens, Steelers Should Kick Jones’ Tires

The Baltimore Ravens parted ways with wide receiver Jacoby Jones on Wednesday and now the 30 year-old return specialist is free to sign with another team ahead of free agency. If the Pittsburgh Steelers are smart, they will kick Jones’ tires and look closely at the window sticker. Jones still has value in the league […] After Being Kicked To The Curb By The Ravens, Steelers...
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Baltimore Ravens Release Jacoby Jones; What It Symbolizes

Jacoby Jones, I’m sure you’ve heard of him. He’s been the Baltimore Ravens wide receiver best known for his return skills for the last three seasons. Those three years wrap around the Super Bowl victory for the Baltimore Ravens, actually Jacoby’s first season in Maryland. This news isn’t just about a player who lost... -- Click the title above to read the full article on...
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Detroit Lions fans desperately want the team to sign Jacoby Jones

Earlier today the Baltimore Ravens released their Super Bowl 47 hero, wide receiver and kick returner Jacoby Jones: The Ravens have cut Super Bowl hero WR/KR Jacoby Jones, who had a 56-yd TD rec and 108-yd KR in SB XLVII — NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) February 25, 2015 Since then just about every Detroit Lions fan on Twitter has been going nuts tagging the...
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Baltimore Ravens terminate the contract of Jacoby Jones

The Baltimore Ravens have parted ways with veteran receiver and return man Jacoby Jones. The team terminated Jones’ contract Wednesday after his three years in Baltimore. “We thank Jacoby for what he did for us,” Head Coach John Harbaugh said. “He was invaluable to our success. Opponents, especially on special teams, schemed to stop […] The...
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Baltimore Ravens Release Jacoby Jones

In a less-than-surprising move, the Baltimore Ravens have released wide receiver and return specialist Jacoby Jones. Best known for a Super Bowl record 108-yard kickoff return against the San Francisco 49ers back in February of 2013, Jones also earned first-team All-Pro honors that season as a return specialist. With a $3.3 million cap hit next season and the Ravens looking to cut...
Via Sportsnaut
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Ravens Release WR Jacoby Jones

The Baltimore Ravens announced the release of veteran WR Jacoby Jones on Wednesday. There was talk that Jones could be a cap casualty, and given their current cap situation, so this really isn’t much of a surprise. Jones, 30, signed a four-year, $12 million contract that included $4.5 million guaranteed with the Ravens back in March of last year. He had base salaries of $2.5...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

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