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Draft Scout James Jones News
09/14/14 - WR James Jones caught nine passes for 112 yards and a touchdown Sunday, though he fumbled twice on the same play, turning the ball over the second time. In two games, the former Packer has 12 catches for 146 yards and two scores. He caught 37 touchdown passes in seven seasons at Green Bay, including 14 in 2012.
09/08/14 - WR James Jones, who did not start, caught all three passes thrown his way for 34 yards including a 30-yard touchdown.
04/07/14 - WR James Jones was signed as an unrestricted free agent by the Raiders from the Packers March 18
10/31/13 - --WR James Jones (knee) was listed by the Packers as a limited participant for practice Thursday, the team's first day on the field this week as it prepares for the Monday night game against Chicago. However, head coach Mike McCarthy said after practice that Jones merely "was part of the rehab program today" for injured players, similar to the schedule he's been on the last couple weeks. That Jones has yet to be involved in meaningful practice segments raises the uncertainty about him being able to play Monday after missing the last two games because of a sprained PCL in his left knee.
10/30/13 - WR James Jones (knee) has missed the last two games. Jones, who has been recovering from a sprained PCL in his left knee, said after the win at Minnesota on Sunday night, "That's the plan, man, we want to try," regarding his status for getting back on the field this week. The Packers will start their on-field preparations for the Bears on Thursday, so more will be known then about the status of some of the team's notable injured players, including Jones.