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Patriots plan to release Donald Jones--PFT: Somewhat of a surprising move.
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Patriots are releasing Donald Jones. He was signed to a three-year deal this offseason after his time with the Bills, but it didn’t take them nearly that long to decide his fate.
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(Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images) BOSTON (CBS)— According to a report from CBSBoston.com, the New England Patriots have released wide receiver Donald Jones. The announcement was made on Friday. Jones, 25 years of age, caught 41 passes for 443 yards and four touchdowns last season before an undisclosed injury ended his campaign. TheBuffalo Bills let Jones become a free...
That Patriots’ wide receiving corps isn’t exactly an area of strength, but the Pats reportedly made a move Friday to cut down that group.
New England released wideout Donald Jones on Friday afternoon, according to the NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport and the Boston Herald’s Jeff Howe. The release comes just a little bit more than four months after the club signed the former Bills...
After signing Donald Jones this offseason as a free agent, the New England Patriots have now released him, according to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network.
The #Patriots are releasing WR Donald Jones, I'm told. They want to get their young guys reps. He'll go on waivers.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) July 19, 2013
The Patriots are clearly confident in the young receivers they...
The New England Patriots released wide receiver Donald Jones on Friday and signed rookie receivers Perez Ashford and Quentin Sims.
Jones played in 35 NFL games for Buffalo with 22 starts and has 82 receptions for 887 yards and six touchdowns. Last season, he played in 12 games and finished with 41 receptions for 443 yards and four touchdowns.
Ashford was originally signed by the...
Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network reports that the Patriots are releasing WR Donald Jones.
Rapoport adds that New England wants to get their young players like Aaron Dobson & Josh Boyce more reps during training camp.
Jones, 25, signed a three-year deal worth $3.41 million with the Patriots back in March, but the contract included no money guaranteed.
There were reports...
BY NICK ST. DENISThe New England Patriots are entering training camp with the idea that they'll throw a bunch of wide receivers at the wall and see what sticks.Former Buffalo Bills wideout Donald Jones was supposed to be a part of that, but now, he won't be. (photo: RX Eman, Flickr)Jones, who was signed by the Patriots in March, was released by the team Friday. The move...
Wide receiver Donald Jones signed a three-year deal with the Patriots during the offseason, but has been waived even before training camp.Fantasy Spin:The move appears to solidify the opportunities for Michael Jenkins, rookie Aaron Dobson and Julian Edelman.
According to ESPN Boston, Patriots undrafted rookie Kenbrell Thompkins' strong work in the spring likely was one of the factors behind Donald Jones' release Friday.Fantasy Spin:Thompkins has a few things working against him -- he will turn 25 on July 29, had modest college production and runs a 4.54 40-yard dash -- but the Patriots are also looking for receiving targets to step up.
Patriots release WR Donald Jones; Sign rookie WRs Perez Ashford and Quentin Sims--Patriots.com: The New England Patriots announced that they have released veteran WR Donald Jones. In addition, the team signed rookie WRs Perez Ashford and Quentin Sims. Terms of the contracts were not announced.
The New England Patriots have been a constant favorite of news outlets this summer after Aaron Hernandez’s off-field transgressions and alleged murder of Odin Lloyd, and the numerous surgeries for fellow all-pro tight end Rob Gronkowski.
While those stories are certainly worthy of mainstream media scrutiny, fantasy owners are focused on the lack of options perennial early round...
After just a series of offseason workouts and minicamps, the Patriots have decided to move on without free agent pickup WR Donald Jones. The former Buffalo Bill was replaced by a pair of rookies.
According to Mike Reiss of ESPNBoston.com, undrafted rookie free agent wide receiver Kenbrell Thompkins was a player that was very impressive during the Patriots’ spring workouts.
It sounds like Thompkins could be a guy that ends up flying under the radar.
A lot can change between now and the end of training camp, but the under-the-radar Patriots offensive player who has arguably...