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Wide receiver Jacoby Jones met with the Panthers on Thursday several days after his release from the Houston Texans. According to Joseph Person of the Charlotte Observer reports Jones has drawn interest from multiple teams and is scheduled to make two more visits, sources said. Jones caught 31 passes for 512 yards last season as Andre Johnson, the Texans' top receiver, battled injuries much of the season. Texans' fans likely will remember Jones' muffed punt in the first quarter of a loss to Baltimore in an AFC divisional playoff game. Source: The Redzone
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Now that the Houston Texans have taken the next step and made the playoffs for the first time we as fans and NFL analysts expect the Texans to be a consistent contender for years to come. This is new territory for a team that hasn’t been in this position before. Have the Texans truly arrived? Are they on the precipice of greatness, or are they just a one year wonder? For the...
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Whitney Mercilus @Merci380
DeVier Posey @DPo8
Ben Jones @benjones60
Keshawn Martin @KeshawnMartin82
Jared Crick @JrodVCrick
Randy Bullock @randybullock28
Nick Mondek @Mondek62
Dwight Jones @Jones83_
Phillip Supernaw @PSupernaw11
Mario Louis @meezy_uno
Tracy Robertson @breakingboizoff
Wide receiver Jacoby Jones, waived by the Texans on Monday is visiting the Carolina Panthers today according to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle. Source: The Redzone Attached Thumbnails
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