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Factors Lean Toward Jones Not Returning
The last time James Jones hit the free agent market, the Green Bay Packers were coming off a Super Bowl title, the league was just coming off a labor settlement with the players, and Jones had to make a quick decision. With free agents scrambling to land contracts since the labor dispute ran right up until training camp openings that summer of 2011, Jones re-signed with the Packers for a modest $9.6 million over three years. What will the market bring him this time around? Well, this much is known: Jones, making the rounds this week on national media outlets, has at least thought about the prospects of playing for another team and another quarterback after seven years in Green Bay. He even mentioned a few quarterbacks by name (Andrew Luck and Russell Wilson), but also said his preference would be to return to play with Aaron Rodgers. "Priority No. 1 is taking care of my family," said Jones on NFL Network's "Total Access" show. "Priority No. 2 is that if I'm not able to go back to...
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