Paul KasabianFeatured Columnist IIJuly 26, 2022
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Jones, a free-agent wide receiver, has agreed to a one-year deal with the Bucs, according to a report.

Jones is going to be a member of the Hall of Fame. He made the Hall of Fame's All-2010s team, and was a seven-time Pro Bowler.

He was the leader in the league with 136 catches and 1,871 receiving yards. He was the leader in receiving yards in the league.

His 13,330 receiving yards are 17th all time.

The former Alabama star was drafted by the Atlanta Falcons. The Falcons traded him to the TennesseeTitans in the summer of 2020.

The injury-plagued season resulted in 31 catches, 434 yards and one touchdown for Jones. He was placed on injured reserve in November due to a strained left hamstring.

In the playoffs, he caught six passes for 62 yards in a 19-16 loss to Cincinnati.

TheTitans were planning to release Jones, according to reports. As he was leaving Nashville, A.J. Brown said nice things about him.

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AJ Brown @1kalwaysopen_

You have taught me a lot in a short period of time. I’m grateful to be apart of you journey. You’re the reason why I started to begin to play this game. A HOF receiver is what you are and what I strive to be one day. Thank you, I’ll take it from here! Salute!

With Tom Brady under center, Jones will look for a fresh start in the Bolts.

Even if he doesn't put up the same numbers he did in his prime, he'll still benefit from the attention they draw even if he doesn't put up the same numbers.