Where in the world is MATT JONES?

Hubbuch, Bart
December 2005
Sporting News;12/2/2005, Vol. 229 Issue 48, p42
The article reports that rookie football player Matt Jones with his talent has opened a universe of possibilities for the team Jacksonville Jaguars' offense. Jones has proved to be such a quick study at wide receiver and such a fearsome weapon with his freakish combination of size, speed and reliable hands that he leads all rookies with 27 catches. Using a two-tight end, one-back set, the Jaguars initially line up Jones in the left slot.


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