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With the secondary in a state of uncertainty right now, it's hard to say how many reps Adam Jones will get next season.
For now, I'm going to assume he'll get plenty. As he has shown throughout his troubled years in the NFL, Jones has plenty on talent.
He's better as a special teams guy, but he certainly can be a solid cornerback. One problem I noticed with him, though, is that he's a little too eager to jump the ball, not the receiver.
What does this mean? Well, if a cornerback, upon seeing the ball released, were to work harder to pick the ball off as opposed to break up the pass, he might overexert his efforts.
In that case, the receiver catches the ball while the defender lays on the ground, interception-less. This was what Jones did quite often in 2012.
Jones is incredibly fast and agile, and he has the ability to tackle in the open field. But he needs to concentrate on covering the receivers instead of focusing on making the big play in the game.