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2023 5 16 3.20 1 0.00 61
2022 24 299 12.46 2 45 9.00 333.3
2021 31 434 14.00 1 0.00 424.2
3y Avg. 35 501 14.31 2 15 7.50 555.5
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  • Eagles' Julio Jones: Cleared to face Dallas

    Jones (groin) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Cowboys. Jones practiced in a limited fashion Friday, but that was enough for the Eagles to clear him for this weekend's divisional matchup. The 34-year-old wide receiver will likely continue to have his practice reps managed on a weekly basis to keep him fresh on game days. Jones hasn't made much of a ripple in the box score since signing with the Eagles, and he may find himself fourth or fifth in the pecking order at receiver moving forward after Quez Watkins returned from injured reserve last week.
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  • Eagles' Julio Jones: Misses first Week 14 practice

    Jones is listed as a non-participant on Wednesday's estimated practice report due to a groin injury. The injury might explain why Jones' playing time fell off a cliff (10 snaps) in Sunday's loss to the 49ers, though it's also possible the Eagles simply prefer Quez Watkins (46 snaps) as their No. 3 receiver. Jones was listed with a knee injury the past few weeks, but the groin issue is something new and might affect his availability for a matchup with the Cowboys this Sunday.
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  • Eagles' Julio Jones: Not targeted in Week 13 loss

    Jones did not see a single target in Sunday's loss to San Francisco. Jones played more than 50 percent of the Eagles' offensive snaps in Weeks 11 and 12, but his snap count plummeted to just 10 (of 72) in Week 13. The knee issue which limited Jones in practice may have been the culprit, but the fact that fellow wideout Quez Watkins saw his snap count jump from 16 to 46 in his second week back from a hamstring injury also may have been relevant.
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  • Eagles' Julio Jones: Avoids injury designation

    Jones (knee) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the 49ers, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Jones took over the No. 3 receiver role Week 11 against the Chiefs, playing 57 percent of snaps in a 21-17 Eagles victory. He then went up to 71 percent last week against the Bills even with Quez Watkins returning from injured reserve, but all the playing time hasn't led to much production. Jones had only three catches for five yards on five targets the past two weeks, after hauling in two passes for 11 yards and a TD through his first three games with the Eagles. If he doesn't start to catch some passes, the team might eventually shift back to Watkins and/or Olamide Zaccheaus in the No. 3 role.
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  • Eagles' Julio Jones: Limited Thursday

    Jones (knee) was limited at Thursday's practice. After the Eagles listed him as limited on Wednesday's practice estimate, Jones remained that way as the team took part in an actual session one day later. He'll thus have one more chance to get back to full this week before Philadelphia potentially gives him a designation ahead of Sunday's game versus the 49ers.
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  • Eagles' Julio Jones: Gets limited tag Wednesday

    Jones was listed as a limited participant on Wednesday's estimated practice report due to a knee injury. Jones also had his reps capped at last Wednesday's walkthrough, but he bumped up to full participation one day later, paving the way for him to serve as the Eagles' No. 3 wide receiver this past Sunday against the Bills. In five games with Philadelphia, he's hauled in five of eight targets for 16 yards and one touchdown, so even if he's available for a Week 13 showdown with the 49ers, he likely won't be heavily involved in the passing attack.
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  • Eagles' Julio Jones: One catch despite growing role

    Jones saw the field for a season-high 46 snaps Sunday against the Bills but finished with one catch for zero yards on three targets in the Eagles' 37-34 overtime win. Jones played fewer than 20 snaps in each of his first three games with the Eagles, but he jumped up to 31 snaps in Week 11 and now 46 snaps in Week 12. Though Jones set a new season high with three targets, quarterback Jalen Hurts' attention continues to fall primarily to A.J. Brown (nine targets) and DeVonta Smith (eight targets).
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  • Eagles' Julio Jones: Full participant Thursday

    Jones (knee) was a full participant at Thursday's practice. After being limited at Thursday's walkthrough, it now looks like the Eagles were just exercising caution with Jones. The veteran pass catcher's full participation indicates he is on track for Sunday's matchup with the Bills. He saw the field on 31 offensive plays (57 percent) in Week 11 en route to two receptions for five yards.
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  • Eagles' Julio Jones: Limited in Wednesday's walkthrough

    Jones (knee) was limited in Philadelphia's walkthrough Wednesday. Jones popped up on the Eagles' injury report Wednesday, putting his status for Sunday's game versus the Bills into question. The 34-year-old has caught four of his five targets for 16 yards and a touchdown in four games this season, and if he can't play Sunday Olamide Zaccheaus and Britain Covey should see increased playing time.
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  • Eagles' Julio Jones: Sees increase in playing time

    Jones caught both of his targets for five yards in Monday's 21-17 win over the Chiefs. Jones saw a significant increase in playing time Monday, as he played 57 percent of Philadelphia's offensive snaps. The veteran wideout had averaged a 26 percent snap share in his three other games with the Eagles, so his larger snap count could be a result of him being more acclimated to the team coming out of their Week 10 bye. With that said, Jones was unable to get much going behind A.J. Brown and Devonta Smith. The 34-year-old should remain difficult to trust when the Eagles square off against the Bills in Week 12.
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  • Eagles' Julio Jones: No catches in third game

    Jones wasn't targeted a single time in Sunday's 28-23 win over the Cowboys. Jones' 18 offensive snaps were right in line with his snap counts (16 and 15) from his first two games as an Eagle, which suggests the team may not be building him up toward a heavier workload. He totaled three targets and two catches (including one touchdown) in his first two games with Philadelphia but failed to make even a minor mark in Week 9.
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  • Eagles' Julio Jones: Joins active roster

    The Eagles signed Jones off their practice squad Wednesday. Jones has looked solid in a depth role at wideout after being elevated from the practice squad for the past two games, hauling in two of three targets for 11 yards and a touchdown between those contests. He's now earned a promotion to the active roster ahead of Sunday's matchup with Dallas, but Jones is still expected to remain behind A.J. Brown, DeVonta Smith and Olamide Zaccheaus in the pecking order at receiver.
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  • Eagles' Julio Jones: Heads back to practice squad

    Jones reverted to the Eagles' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log. For a second consecutive contest, Jones ranked fourth among Philadelphia wide receivers in snaps with 15 (of 63) behind A.J. Brown (62), DeVonta Smith (61) and Olamide Zaccheaus (30). Jones again had exactly one catch, but it went for an eight-yard touchdown. He has only 64 TD grabs among the 905 receptions in his 13-year career, but his size (6-foot-3, 220 pounds) could yield the occasional red-zone target, even in a loaded receiving corps.
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  • Eagles' Julio Jones: Finds end zone

    Jones was targeted twice in Sunday's win over Washington, finishing with one catch for eight yards and a touchdown. Jones remains in a small role for the Eagles, playing 15 snaps this week after playing 16 in his season debut. The 34-year-old showed he still has value in the red zone, holding onto the ball through a big hit after Jalen Hurts found him in a tight window. The Eagles may have viewed him as a red-zone specialist when they elected to bring him in, which does boost his fantasy value, but his total volume of snaps and targets will likely remain low enough to make him unappealing in most leagues.
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  • Eagles' Julio Jones: Elevated for second straight week

    The Eagles elevated Jones to the active roster Saturday. Jones was able to haul in his lone target for three yards in the Eagles' 31-17 win over the Dolphins in Week 7, but he played just 16 offensive snaps. After Quez Watkins (hamstring) was placed on IR on Oct. 17, Jones was signed to the team's practice squad to provide depth behind A.J. Brown -- whom Jones played with in Tennessee in 2021 -- DeVonta Smith and Olamide Zaccheaus. With another week of practice and reps under Jones' belt, the 2011 first-round pick could see more opportunities Sunday against the Commanders.
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  • Eagles' Julio Jones: Returns to practice squad

    Jones reverted to the Eagles' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log. In terms of offensive snaps, Jones (16 of 72) was a distant third behind DeVonta Smith (69), A.J. Brown (59) and Olamide Zaccheaus (41) in his debut with the Eagles during Sunday's 31-17 win against the Dolphins. Jones also caught his only target for three yards. It's unclear how much Jones has left to give at 34 years old, but he did combine for a 55-733-3 line on 90 targets in 20 games between the Titans and Buccaneers from 2021-22.
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  • Eagles' Julio Jones: In line to make Philly debut

    Jones is active for Sunday's contest against the Dolphins, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. The Eagles inked Jones to their practice squad Tuesday, and after he practiced the next three days, the team elevated him to the active roster Saturday. With confirmation that he's available for his Philly debut one day later, Jones and Olamide Zaccheaus will be the top candidates to act as the Eagles' third wide receiver alongside A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith.
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  • Eagles' Julio Jones: Joins active roster

    Jones was elevated to the Eagles' active roster Saturday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. With Quez Watkins (hamstring) on injured reserve, Jones will likely start out as the team's No. 4 wideout behind A.J. Brown, DeVonta Smith and Olamide Zaccheaus. The 34-year-old Jones played with the Buccaneers last season, finishing with 20 catches, 223 yards and two touchdowns over the final eight regular-season contests while playing with Tom Brady and Tampa Bay.
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  • Julio Jones: Lands with Philadelphia

    The Eagles signed Jones to their practice squad Tuesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. The 34-year-old free agent was seemingly waiting for a favorable landing spot to open up, and he appears to have found one in Philadelphia. With Quez Watkins (hamstring) landing on injured reserve, Jones could settle in as the Eagles' No. 3 receiver behind A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith once he's up to speed with the team's playbook. The Eagles are the fourth stop in four years for Jones, who hauled in 24 of 42 targets for 299 yards and two touchdowns while adding another 45 yards on five carries over 10 games with Tampa Bay in 2022. If he impresses in his first week of practice, he could be elevated to the 53-man roster ahead of Sunday's game against the Dolphins.
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  • Buccaneers' Julio Jones: Productive in wild-card loss

    Jones secured seven of 11 targets for 74 yards and a touchdown in the Buccaneers' 31-14 wild-card loss to the Cowboys on Monday night. Jones finished second in receptions, receiving yards and targets on the night for the Buccaneers, with the highlight of his performance being a 30-yard touchdown grab on the final play of the third quarter. The solid season-ending effort capped a mostly quiet 2022 campaign for Jones, one in which he struggled with nagging knee issues and totaled 24 receptions for 299 yards and two touchdowns on 42 targets across 10 games. The veteran wideout will presumably head back onto the open market as a 34-year-old with three consecutive injury-shortened seasons on his resume, giving him a very modest outlook in terms of his next contract.
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