Ravens and Jones agree on four-year deal, Graham goes to Bills

92px-Jacoby_Jones_at_the_Baltimore_Ravens_Super_Bowl_XLVII_victory_celebrationThe Baltimore Ravens and Jacoby Jones have agreed on a new four-year deal.  Jones has been with the Ravens since the 2012 season and has contributed several big plays.

Jones deal has $4.5 million guaranteed and at most can be worth $14 million, according to Aaron Wilson.  It is a good deal for both the Ravens and Jones.  For the Ravens they get to retain one of their home run hitters and for Jones he gets security.

Jones is also a valuable kick and punt returner, not including post season play Jones has three total returns for touchdowns.

Last season, as a receiver Jones had 37 receptions 455 yards and two touchdowns in 12 games.  I personally like this move because the Ravens get to keep a receiver that is familiar with Joe Flacco.  Jones became a fan favorite for his big plays and his Super Bowl performance.

Here is the Ravens tweet confirming the deal with Jones.

In other news, corner back Corey Graham has signed a four-year deal with the Buffalo Bills.  Graham was a leader in the Ravens locker room but they have plenty of defensive backs that can replace Graham

Here are Jones’ receiving stats.

Brian Hradsky

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