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Draft Scout Ben Jones News
08/29/14 - LG Ben Jones, a three-year veteran, is expected to start against the Redskins over Xavier Su'a-Filo, a second-round pick who was the 33rd overall selection. Jones started all four preseason games and has played well.
08/11/14 - LG Ben Jones, who has started at right guard and is the backup center, continues to earn praise from coach Bill O'Brien for his performance in practice and against Arizona. The coaches like Jones because he's got a nasty disposition and will do anything to win his one-on-one battles.
01/15/13 - RG Ben Jones had been dominated by defensive tackle Vince Wilfork in the Patriots' 42-14 regular-season win. Jones - and the other linemen - were more prepared for Wilfork this time. He was in on five tackles but never got close to quarterback Matt Schaub. Jones and center Chris Myers did a solid job on Wilfork.
01/09/13 - RG Ben Jones was voted as the team's rookie of the year. Jones, a fourth-round pick, played center at Georgia but moved to guard this season. He was mauled by defensive tackle Vince Wilfork in the loss to New England in regular season. He rotates with 340-pound Brandon Brooks. Brooks is a mauler, too, but Jones uses quickness and leverage to do what he wants.
01/08/13 - RG Ben Jones, a rookie, was overwhelmed by Patriots nose tackle Vince Wilfork in the first game. Jones, 300, should be better prepared to handle the 350-pound Wilfork, who's having an excellent season. Obviously, Jones will need help from center Chris Myers or right tackle Derek Newton.