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2010 stats: 61 receptions, 823 yards, 7 TDs
Rundown: James Jones, the Packers' bipolar wide receiver.
While one moment Jones will amaze you one game with incredible hands and physicality, the next he will drop sure-fire touchdowns. Never was that so apparent than 2010—including the playoff run.
Jones dropped a long touchdown pass right before the half of the NFC Wild Card game but came back against the Falcons the very next week with 75 yards and a touchdown.
However, his drop in the Super Bowl negated another long touchdown. It's the game you play when dealing with James Jones.
Jones made $1,101,000 in base salary last season.
Prediction: Jones is a tough decision because the talent he possesses is so obvious.
He's also the Packers most physical receiver, and with Donald Driver in the twilight of his career, Green Bay is going to need pass catchers to step up.
However, possibly no Packers player is as frustrating as Jones, and there are plenty of fans that would bid him farewell without much thought after all his drops.
Even so, Packers GM Ted Thompson has always likes Jones, and his drop in the Super Bowl could have actually helped the Packers by decreasing his value on the market.
With the Packers offense so dependent on the pass, look for Jones to return to Green Bay next season.