Hensley mentions that Jones hasn’t been the same kind of player he was during the Ravens’ Super Bowl season, and it’s unlikely he would be an improvement over their current options.
It’s worth mentioning that all players released from now until the end of the season will need to clear waivers before they can sign on with a team of his choosing.
Jones, 31, signed a two-year, $5.5 million contract that included a $1.6 million signing bonus with the Chargers back in March. He was set to make base salaries of $900,000 and $3 million over the entire contract.
This season, Jones has appeared in five games, but has yet to record a single catch. He has 193 total kick return yards.
We’ll have more regarding Jones and a possible return to the Ravens as the news is available.