James Jones Injury: Packers WR Limps off Field vs. Ravens
The Green Bay Packers scored on their opening possession of Sunday's game against Baltimore, but soon after, wideout James Jones came off the field limping.
The Packers' Twitter account summed up the injury, stating his questionable return status:
Jones wasn't thrown to on the opening drive, but Aaron Rodgers connected with him on a 10-yard completion before he came off the field and got the trainers' attention.
Once again expected to be jumped by other receivers, Jones has put together a productive season. After not getting a target in a Week 1 loss to San Francisco, things took off quite fast for the seven-year pro.
Jones burst onto the fantasy scene in Week 2, catching 11 of his 12 targets for a jaw-dropping 178 yards but didn't get into the end zone.
That changed in his next two performances, scoring a touchdown against both the Bengals and the Lions in recent weeks—the latter of which he caught a huge 83-yard touchdown and finished with 127 yards in.
Often playing as the Packers' No. 3 wideout, Jones has been able to fly under the radar and have big games without defenses paying extra attention to him. He's led the team in receiving twice this season, and losing him would be a big blow to Green Bay's potent passing attack.
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