Free-agent wide receiver James Jones remains on the market despite putting together a resurgent season with the Green Bay Packers.
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Packers Reportedly Not Interested in Jones
Monday, March 21
Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported the Packers "have told the agent for [Jones] that they are not interested in bringing him back because of the number of young receivers they have on the roster."
Jones Comments on Future in Green Bay, Free Agency
Friday, March 4
"I was hoping I would return to Green Bay, but I don't know what is going to happen," Jones said Friday during an interview on SiriusXM NFL Radio, per the channel's official Twitter account.
"You can put my stats up against any of these free-agent wide receivers, and my stats are better than them," Jones added, per SiriusXM NFL.
Jones Had Bounce-Back Season in Return to Packers
Over the course of 16 appearances, Jones tallied 50 catches on 99 targets while posting a career-high 890 yards to go with eight receiving touchdowns. Not only did he lead the Packers in receiving yards, but he tied the team lead in receiving touchdowns along with tight end Richard Rodgers.
Not surprisingly, Green Bay's signal-caller would like to see Jones back with the club when the 2016 season rolls around.
"He’s a big contributor for us," Rodgers said, per USA Today's Ryan Wood. "A pro’s pro. He’s been a great addition to our locker room, and I’d love to see him return."
Considering the Packers already let Jones walk once following the 2013 season, it seems they're unafraid to let the 31-year old wideout find a new home once more.