James Jones | WR | Oakland Raiders
Posted: 3/18/2014 11:08am et
The Oakland Raiders have agreed to terms with free-agent WR James Jones (Packers) on a three-year deal. Financial terms were not disclosed.
Huddle Up: Nice signing for the Raiders with a more accomplished wideout than has been there since... Randy Moss? Jones stock goes up now that he should end up the #1 receiver but a lack of quarterback doesn't make the 30-year-old Jones more than a risky middle tier pick in fantasy drafts.
Posted: 3/16/2014 10:14pm et
Free-agent WR James Jones (Packers) is interested in signing with the Carolina Panthers.
Huddle Up: The WR-needy Panthers have seen their free-agent options dwindle in recent days, and could look to the former Packer, who led the league with 14 TD grabs in his last full season (2012).
Posted: 3/4/2014 10:50pm et
Green Bay Packers impending free-agent WR James Jones (Packers) said he'd be interested in joining the Indianapolis Colts or San Diego Chargers if the Packers don't re-sign him.
Huddle Up: Jones, who turns 30 later this month, still has a good deal of football left in him. He had a career-high 817 receiving yards this past season -- a year after leading the league with 14 TD grabs -- and he could get more of a chance to showcase his talents as a strong No. 2 in either Indy or San Diego after being stuck in the Pack's seemingly annual WR logjam.
Posted: 2/24/2014 2:06pm et
The Green Bay Packers have not offered WR James Jones a contract, and it is unlikely they will before the start of free agency. 'I don't think Ted Thompson wants him,' said Frank Bauer, Jones agent. Bauer said he has appointments with a number of teams to discuss Jones.
Huddle Up: Jones was thought to be out the door previously, yet wound up back in Green Bay, so don't write him off just yet. That said, with Randall Cobb and Jordy Nelson both up for contract extensions Jones may be free to find a new home elsewhere.
Posted: 1/7/2014 10:55pm et
Green Bay Packers WR James Jones is excited about the prospect of testing free agency again this offseason. 'People know what I can do. I'm excited about it,' Jones said. 'Like I said, I would love to come back. A-Rod's my guy. We've got a great group of receivers and would love to come back and play with those dudes. I've been here for seven years, it's not like I've only been here for three years and now I'm a free agent. Shoot, I dang near spent my whole career here, so I would love to finish here.' Jones improved on his dropped passes in his last three seasons and had a career-high 817 receiving yards in 14 games this year.
Huddle Up: Given their choice -- and more importantly, the right price tag -- the Packers would no doubt prefer to keep Jones around, but the emergence of Jarrett Boykin this season gives the team a strong fall-back option.