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PFT Live: Jacoby Jones and Panthers talk with Darin Gantt

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Jones celebrates his fourth quarter touchdown against the Denver Broncos in their NFL AFC Divisional playoff football game in Denver Reuters

Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones turned in one of the most memorable plays of this season last Saturday when he reeled in a 70-yard pass for a game-tying touchdown with less than a minute to play in what became a 38-35 overtime win over the Broncos.

Jones will tell Mike Florio all about it when he drops by as a guest on Wednesday’s edition of PFT Live. Jones had a productive first year with the Ravens after signing with the team as a free agent in the offseason, including an invitation to the Pro Bowl as the top kick returner in the AFC. Jones won’t be able to accept that invitation if the Ravens beat the Patriots this Sunday, so we’ll ask him about what Baltimore needs to do to reverse the result of last year’s AFC Championship Game.

Florio will also be speaking with our colleague Darin Gantt about plans reportedly put in place by Panthers owner Jerry Richardson for the future of the franchise after he dies. Reports indicate Richardson wants the team to be sold within two years of his death and just got money from Charlotte to upgrade the stadium.

You can watch it all live at noon ET.

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3 Responses to “PFT Live: Jacoby Jones and Panthers talk with Darin Gantt”
  1. ravanator says: Jan 16, 2013 1:28 PM

    When he caught that 70yd bomb I was going nuts jumping up and down, waving my pom poms till mom told me to quit down. Biggest catch in Ravens history!

  2. reed20fence says: Jan 16, 2013 2:59 PM

    This cat was practically chased out of Houston after fumbling that punt right in front of the endzone in the playoff game against Baltimore. Even before that he was widely disrespected in Houston ins spite of delivering big as a conventional reciever in games where Andrew Johnson was out due to his hamstring injury.

    People couldn’t understand why the Ravens were paying so much money to bring him in as soon as he hit the market. It’s because the Ravens weren’t looking at the playoff game. They were looking at his performace from week 6 last year.

    One team’s scapegoat is another team’s pro-bowler.

  3. lovefootball4life says: Jan 16, 2013 5:34 PM

    Is it just me or does it seem like the Texans are the farm team for the Ravens – Jacoby, Vonte Leach, Bernard Pollard. All are doing very well in B-more.

    Any defensive players have contracts coming up this season? Brian Cushing maybe? to take Lewis’ place?

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