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Draft Scout Marvin Jones News
09/26/16 - WR Marvin Jones, who signed with the Lions as a free agent days after Calvin Johnson retired in March, leads the NFL with 408 yards receiving through three games and has been one of the few bright spots in the team's disappointing 1-2 start. In Sunday's 34-27 loss to the Green Bay Packers, Jones caught six passes for a career-high 205 yards and two touchdowns. He leads the NFL at 22.7 yards per catch.
09/25/16 - WR Marvin Jones had a career-high 205 yards and two touchdowns on six receptions Sunday at Green Bay. Jones recorded a 73-yard touchdown late in the first half and a 35-yard touchdown with 3:34 left to bring the Lions within 34-27, but they never got another chance with the ball.
09/22/16 - WR Marvin Jones leads the Lions with 12 catches for 203 yards, but he's also dropped an uncharacteristic three passes in two games. Jones said his two drops in last week's loss to the Titans -- both would have given the Lions first downs -- were due to a lack of concentration, and he said he'll spend extra time this week catching passes to make sure he eliminates the problem.
"I have to catch the ball at all costs and that's what I've done throughout my whole life and I have to do that," Jones said.
09/18/16 - WR Marvin Jones caught eight passes for 118 yards Sunday in the Lions' loss to the Titans.
08/11/16 - WRs Marvin Jones and Golden Tate have mostly steered clear of the No. 1 receiver debate, and the Lions will lean on both heavily this year. Steelers cornerback William Gay, however, called Jones the Lions' No. 1 receiver after the team's first workout together Tuesday. "Talented receiver," Gay said. "I mean, can run every route that you want. Like I said, he's a deep threat that can get past anybody and that's what he gave to Cincinnati and I'm pretty sure that's what he's going to bring to Detroit."