Sidney Jones IV
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Per Mike Garafolo, the Seahawks are re-signing cornerback Sidney Jones IV to a one-year, $3.6 million deal with incentives that can push it to $4.4 million.
Last season, Jones IV had career-highs in games played (16) and games started in (11). The 25-year-old is a solid piece for a Seahawks team that appears to be in full rebuild mode after trading away their Pro-Bowl quarterback Russell Wilson. The five-year NFL pro will likely play another prominent starting role for the Seahawks next season barring any significant moves on defense.
Cornerback Sidney Jones is re-signing with the Jacksonville Jaguars, per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.
Jones, a former second round pick, signed with the Jaguars after being released by the Eagles at the beginning of last season. He nabbed two interceptions over nine games for Jacksonville in 2020 before tearing his achilles tendon, for the second time in his career. It's unclear what his timetable to return is looking like but the Jags must believe it's sooner than later if they were willing to bring him back.
Jaguars CB Sidney Jones (Achilles) is officially inactive in Week 11 vs. the Steelers.
The Jaguars will be without their top two cornerbacks on Sunday, Jones and C.J. Henderson, against a great Steelers passing attack. Fire up all your Steelers WRs with confidence in Week 11.
The Philadelphia Eagles are releasing former second round pick CB Sidney Jones.
Jones was a 2nd round pick in 2017 out of Washington with a lot of potential. He’s battled injuries throughout his three-year career in Philadelphia and has only played 22 games as a result. A disappointing career thus far, but hopefully this will be the push he needs to reinvent his career with another team. With Darius Slay and Nickell Robey-Coleman now in town, Jones simply became expendable.
Eagles coach Doug Pederson said Friday that second-year cornerback Sidney Jones is considered week-to-week with a hamstring injury.
Jones left Thursday night’s victory over the Giants after injuring his hamstring in the first half. He was unable to return. Jones had one tackle before the early exit. He was replaced by Avonte Maddox in the slot, with Rasul Douglas at safety. The extra three days of rest will surely help, but his Week 7 outlook is looking dim at this time.