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  • Bengals' Sidney Jones: Heading to Cincy

    The Bengals signed Jones to a one-year contract Monday, Jordan Schultz of TheScore.com reports. Jones, who's heading into his seventh NFL campaign, is now slated to join his fifth different NFL squad following Monday's agreement. Across 10 total games last season as a member of the Raiders and Seahawks, the 26-year-old amassed 12 tackles and one pass defensed while operating as a rotational secondary piece.
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  • Sidney Jones: Let go Tuesday

    Jones (groin) was cut by the Seahawks on Tuesday. Jones only appeared in three games for Seattle this season, and he's currently dealing with a groin injury that sidelined him for Week 8 against the Giants. The veteran corner will likely seek a new opportunity elsewhere once he can prove he is healthy.
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  • Seahawks' Sidney Jones: Limited to start week

    Jones (groin) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. Jones was limited Wednesday after having been inactive Week 7 due to his groin injury. In Jones' three appearances this season, he's handled a reserve defensive role for the Seahawks, logging less than 30 percent of defensive snaps in each contest.
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  • Seahawks' Sidney Jones: Clear for MNF

    Jones (concussion) doesn't have a designation for Monday's contest against the Broncos, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. Jones' status has been up in the air since he sustained a concussion in practice Aug. 5, sitting out the entire preseason slate. He got back on the field as of Sept. 2, and he then followed up a limited showing at Thursday's session with back-to-back full practices to cap Week 1 prep. With his journey through the protocol for head injuries now complete and Artie Burns (groin) doubtful to play in the opener, Jones and rookie fourth-rounder Coby Bryant are the top candidates to serve as the team's third cornerback behind starters Mike Jackson and Tariq Woolen.
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  • Seahawks' Sidney Jones: Could return for season opener

    Coach Pete Carroll hopes Jones (concussion) will be ready to return in time for the Seahawks' regular-season opener against Denver on Sept. 12, Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune reports. Jones sustained a concussion during practice Aug. 5 and was unable to play in any of the Seahawks' preseason games. The 2017 second-rounder has a history of concussions, so the team is exercising extra caution before bringing him back, but it's encouraging that a Week 1 return is in play.
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  • Seahawks' Sidney Jones: Unlikely to play Friday

    Jones (head) is not expected to suit up for Seattle's preseason finale against Dallas on Friday, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports. Jones has been sidelined since suffering an apparent concussion during the Seahawks' practice Aug. 5, so his absence from Friday's exhibition would likely indicate the cornerback will sit out the remainder of the offseason. With the 26-year-old out once again, cornerbacks John Reid, Mike Jackson, Tariq Woolen and Jameson Houston should see increased opportunities to secure a spot on Seattle's final 53-man roster.
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  • Seahawks' Sidney Jones: Fails to practice Friday

    Jones was evaluated for a concussion after suffering a head injury during Seattle's practice Wednesday, forcing him to sit out Friday as a result, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. Jones' absence Friday could be a strictly precautionary move at this point in the preseason as he is not currently listed with a concussion. The 26-year-old cornerback has worked with Seattle's first-team defense to start training camp, thus allowing backups Tariq Woolen and Coby Bryant to see increased reps with Jones out Friday.
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  • Seahawks' Sidney Jones: Not listed on injury report

    Jones (concussion) isn't listed on the injury report ahead of Monday's matchup with the Saints, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. Jones cleared concussion protocol and was able to log a full practice Friday without suffering any setbacks. After taking over the starting duties from Tre Flowers, the 25-year-old cornerback has racked up 19 tackles over the last three games.
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  • Seahawks' Sidney Jones: Sent to Seattle

    The Jaguars traded Jones to the Seahawks on Monday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. According to Brady Henderson of ESPN.com, the Jaguars received a 2022 sixth-round draft pick in return. Given Jacksonville's depth at cornerback, Jones may have been cut outright if it wasn't for the trade. The 2017 second-round pick hasn't played more than 322 defensive snaps in a season, and he's played a total of 31 games through four years in the league. Only 25 years old, Jones now steps into a situation that has plenty of uncertainty behind expected starters D.J. Reed and Ahkello Witherspoon.
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  • Jaguars' Sidney Jones: Won't play versus Ravens

    Jones (Achilles) has been ruled out for Sunday's game versus the Ravens, Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com reports. Jones battled an Achilles injury for three weeks before returning to the lineup in last week's loss to the Titans. The fourth-year cornerback only played 56 percent of the snaps, and he couldn't get back to full speed during this practice week. Chris Claybrooks (groin) could return from IR and start in Jones' place, but Tre Herndon is on the reserve/COVID-19 list and won't be available. Luq Barcoo looks locked into a starting role on the left side.
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  • Jaguars' Sidney Jones: Returning to action Week 14

    Jones (Achilles) is active for Sunday's game versus Tennessee. Jones hasn't seen the field since Week 10 due to the Achilles injury, but he's ready to go for Sunday's divisional matchup. The 24-year-old had nine total tackles, an interception and a forced fumble in his last game before the injury and should reclaim his starting role at cornerback.
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  • Jaguars' Sidney Jones: Out again Sunday

    Jones (Achilles) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Vikings, John Shipley of SI.com reports. Jones will be sidelined for the third straight game as he continues to deal with the Achilles injury. Luq Barcoo could receive another start for the Jaguars this weekend opposite Tre Herndon.
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  • Jaguars' Sidney Jones: Limited to start week

    Jones (ribs) was limited in Wednesday's practice. Jones hurt his ribs when the Jaguars last took the field in Week 7, but it's encouraging that he was at least able to practice on a limited basis. He'll look to heal up in time to face the Texans in Sunday's battle of one-win AFC South teams.
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  • Sidney Jones: Let go by Eagles

    Jones was waived by the Eagles on Saturday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Jones could never stay healthy following a torn Achilles during his final drill at his pro day, an injury that caused him to tumble into the second round of the 2017 NFL Draft. He played in just 22 games over three seasons, never seeing more than 350 defensive snaps in a given campaign. His draft pedigree will likely warrant a look from other teams, but it's unclear if Jones will ever regain the form that made him a seemingly first-round lock back in 2017.
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  • Eagles' Sidney Jones: Back at practice

    Jones (lower body) was back as a full participant during Wednesday's practice, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports. The 24-year-old missed the past few days of practice with the lower-body issue, but as evidenced by this news, the injury wasn't considered to be serious. Now healthy, Jones is expected to battle Avonte Maddox and Nickell Robey-Coleman during training camp for playing time this season.
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  • Eagles' Sidney Jones: Expected to play Sunday

    Jones is on track to suit up against the Vikings on Sunday, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports. Jones said his lingering hamstring issue isn't as significant as the one he suffered in 2018, which caused him to miss multiple games, per Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer. The third-year pro's presence would be a notable boost for Philadelphia's secondary, considering that Ronald Darby (hamstring) and Avonte Maddox (concussion) are both trending towards inactivity.
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  • Eagles' Sidney Jones: Practices fully Wednesday

    Jones (hamstring) was a full participant at Wednesday's practice. Jones was active for Week 5 after being listed as questionable but didn't play a single snap as he makes his way back from the hamstring injury. The full practice Wednesday puts him on track to return to the field for Sunday's game at Minnesota, as Philadelphia will likely be without Ronald Darby (hamstring) and Avonte Maddox (concussion) once again.
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  • Eagles' Sidney Jones: Day-to-day with injury

    Coach Doug Pederson called Jones (hamstring) day-to-day Wednesday, Martin Frank of The Delaware News Journal reports. Jones exited the first half of Week 4's win over the Packers due to a hamstring issue and did not return. The extent of his recovery and participation in practice this week will likely determine whether he's able to suit up for Sunday's game against the Jets. With Ronald Darby (hamstring) expected to miss a few games, Jones will likely play a starting role if he's able to go.
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  • Eagles' Sidney Jones: Questionable to return

    Jones sustained a hamstring injury in Thursday's matchup with Green Bay and is questionable to return. It's unclear how exactly Jones sustained the injury or how serious it is. The 23-year-old has seen his role increase over the past weeks with the Eagles' secondary dealing with a slew of injuries.
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  • Eagles' Sidney Jones: Sees first-team reps

    Jones was on the first-team defense for OTAs, suiting up as the team's No. 1 cornerback, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. With Jalen Mills (foot) and Ronald Darby (knee) recovering from injuries, Jones was able to step in and be the top corner in practice. The 2019 campaign is a big year for the third-year pro, as he's played just 10 games the past two seasons while dealing with Achilles and hamstring injuries to start his NFL career.
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