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Fantasy News

  • Seahawks' Josh Jones: Shifts to injured reserve

    The Seahawks placed Jones (hamstring) on injured reserve Tuesday, John Boyle of the team's official site reports. Jones departed Sunday's win over the Rams with a hamstring injury and has since been placed on injured reserve, meaning he'll now be forced to sit out of Seattle's next four matchups at minimmum. Ryan Neal (knee), Quandre Diggs and Johnathan Abram are currently in line to operate as the Seahawks' top safety options.
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  • Seahawks' Josh Jones: Exits with injury

    Jones will not return Sunday against the Rams due to a hamstring injury. Jones came into the day questionable due to an illness, but despite suiting up, he'll have his day cut short due to a new injury. In his absence, Joey Blount will likely see increased work at safety behind Quandre Diggs and Ryan Neal.
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  • Seahawks' Josh Jones: Will play Sunday

    Jones (illness) has been ruled active ahead of Sunday's game against the Rams. Jones was deemed questionable Friday after coming down with an illness that made the rounds in Seattle's locker room Week 13. Nevertheless, he'll still suit up for this divisional matchup. Jones has primarily played on special teams over the Seahawks' last two games, and he'll likely slot into a reserve role at safety Sunday.
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  • Seahawks' Josh Jones: Tallies seven stops

    Jones posted seven tackles (four solo) in Monday's 17-16 win over the Broncos. Jamal Adams went down with a serious knee injury early in the game, so it's difficult to predict what Jones' role would've looked like if Adams was healthy. However, Adams could miss significant time, so Jones should bump into a starting role moving forward. He handled an 80 percent snap share in Monday's game and finished third on the team in tackles. The 2017 second-round pick has IDP fantasy appeal if he stays healthy.
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  • Seahawks' Josh Jones: Finds home in Seattle

    The Seahawks signed Jones on Tuesday, John Boyle of reports. Jones appeared in four games for Seattle last season after coming over from Indianapolis. The 2017 second-round pick has struggled to carve out a consistent role during his NFL career, but he continues to garner opportunities. He'll likely compete for a depth role in the Seahawks' secondary during the 2022 campaign.
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  • Colts' Josh Jones: Joins active roster

    The Colts signed Jones to their active roster Monday. The Colts currently have T.J. Carrie (undisclosed) and Julian Blackmon (Achilles) on injured reserve, and Khari Willis (calf) exited the Week 8 loss to the Titans early, so they will add Jones to their active roster to add depth to their secondary. If Willis is unable to suit up in Week 9, George Odum will likely draw the start with Andrew Sendejo, as Jones operates as the primary backup.
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  • Josh Jones: Remains unsigned

    The Texans didn't sign Jones after his workout with the team Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of Sportstalk 790 Houston reports. Jones was one of multiple free agents whom the Texans brought in for a workout after Week 5's loss to the Patriots. The 27-year-old safety reached an injury settlement with the Jaguars during the preseason, so it's a positive sign to see him healthy and looking for a job.
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  • Jaguars' Josh Jones: Re-signs with Jaguars

    Jones signed a one-year contract with the Jaguars on Friday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Jones recorded a career high in tackles with the Jaguars in his 2020 campaign (83 tackles), good for third overall on the team. Jones drew starts in 13 games this past season and will aim to continue expanding his profile in the defense during the 2021 season.
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  • Jaguars' Josh Jones: Starts 13 games

    Jones had one solo tackle Week 17 against the Colts and had 83 tackles (59 solo) and one interception in 13 games this season. The 26-year-old failed to establish himself with the Packers and Cowboys over the first three years of his career, but he started 13 games for the Jags in 2020 and ranked third on the team with 83 tackles. He also struggled in coverage and allowed 33 of 38 passes to be completed for a 138.9 QB rating. Jones is scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent this offseason and is unlikely to receive interest for a starting job on any contending teams.
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  • Jaguars' Josh Jones: Shakes injury tag

    Jones (shoulder) won't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game versus the Ravens. Jones suffered a shoulder injury that forced him out of last week's loss to the Titans. However, the fourth-year safety upgraded to full participation during Friday's session, clearing him for Week 15. Jones will start at strong safety. He sits third on the team with 74 tackles (50 solo) through 10 games.
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  • Jaguars' Josh Jones: Reaches double-digit tackles

    Jones had 10 tackles (seven solo) during Sunday's 27-24 loss at Minnesota. The 26-year-old returned from a three-game absence and played all 91 defensive snaps for Jacksonville. Jones has reached double-digit tackles in four games this season and is averaging 7.9 tackles per contest with zero interceptions or sacks.
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  • Jaguars' Josh Jones: Records eight tackles

    Jones had eight tackles (six solo) during Sunday's 39-29 loss to the Chargers. The 26-year-old tied for second on the team in tackles while once again playing every defensive snap. Jones and Joe Schobert are tied for the team lead with 56 total tackles heading into the Week 8 bye.
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  • Jaguars' Josh Jones: Tallies nine tackles

    Jones had nine tackles (eight solo) during Sunday's 34-16 loss to the Lions. Jones finished second on the team in tackles and played all 77 defensive snaps. The 26-year-old is tied for the team lead with 47 total tackles despite the fact he was ejected Week 5 and missed most of the second half.
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  • Jaguars' Josh Jones: Ready to roll

    Jones (leg) wasn't listed on the injury report for Wednesday's practice, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Jones suffered a leg contusion late in Sunday's win over the Colts and didn't return, but the 26-year-old is again healthy and ready to assume his usual role as the team's starting safety. Jones could be a solid IDP option heading into Week 2 as, prior to his exit last week, he led the team with 12 tackles.
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  • Jaguars' Josh Jones: Could be in line for starting role

    Jones has impressed in camp and could be in line for a starting role this season, Mark Long of reports. There is speculation that the Jaguars could be parting ways with fellow safety Ronnie Harrison as they continue to clean house before Week 1, which would more than likely leave Jones with starting responsibilities. The 25-year-old has spent time with the Packers and Cowboys through his first three seasons in the league.
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  • Packers' Josh Jones: Dealing with minor injury

    Jones didn't play in Thursday night's preseason game against the Texans due to an unspecified minor injury, Jim Owczarski of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. The location of Jones' injury is unknown, but the Packers aren't concerned about him missing any regular-season action at this point. They likely exercised caution by holding him out of the preseason opener.
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  • Packers' Josh Jones: Will show for training camp

    Jones (hamstring) said Wednesday that he will be present for training camp when it opens Thursday, Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports. Jones informed the Packers in late May that he would skip OTAs and request a trade from the team, but has apparently changed his tune. He's also dealing with a hamstring injury, so he may be looking for medical attention from team doctors. As evidenced by this news, it should be considered a solid bet that Jones will be on the Packers' roster when the regular season starts.
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  • Packers' Josh Jones: Nursing hamstring injury

    Jones did not participate in minicamp Tuesday due to a hamstring injury, Michael Cohen of The Athletic reports. Jones requested a trade from the Packers while skipping OTAs a few weeks ago, but now his absence is apparently due to a legitimate injury. The severity is unclear, but it appears Green Bay is not in any rush to deal Jones regardless.
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  • Packers' Josh Jones: Requests trade

    Jones is skipping OTAs and requested a trade from the Packers, Rob Demovsky of reports. Jones was a second-round pick of the Packers two years ago and has served as a hybrid linebacker and safety. He's gotten a few starts but has played primarily as a backup, tallying 55 tackles (40 solo), including a sack, and two pass deflections while playing in 13 games in 2018. The Packers added Adrian Amos in free agency and selected Darnell Savage in the first round of the draft, pushing Jones further down the depth chart and likely playing a part in Jones' trade request.
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  • Packers' Josh Jones: Playing time increases

    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.
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