Marvin Jones tweaked ankle working out with Andy Dalton

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The Bengals’ list of players on the non-football injury list surprisingly included receiver Marvin Jones, with an ankle injury.

Per a league source, Jones is day-to-day due to a tweaking of the ankle that happened at the post-OTA passing camp arranged by quarterback Andy Dalton.  Jones had an issue with the ankle in 2013.

It’s a minor injury, and Jones currently is expected to practice this week.  Which is great news for the Bengals, especially in light of the significant potential that Jones flashed at times in 2013 as a complement to A.J. Green.

8 responses to “Marvin Jones tweaked ankle working out with Andy Dalton

  1. Marvin Jones is the real deal, he’d be the #1 receiver on most teams. How Dalton can’t get past the 1st rd with a stable of top notch weapons and a solid offensive line is beyond me.

  2. What I’d like to see is our 6th round pick from 2013 Cobi Hamilton make a giant step forward and start opposite Green and drop Jones in the slot to replace Hawkins. From what I’ve been reading he’s coming on strong after a year on the p-squad.

  3. “… in light of the significant potential that Jones flashed at times”
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    29 CAREER Games

    #2 wr Marvin Jones has only FOUR GAMES with more than 70 total receiving yards

    Marvin Jones has 3 catches or LESS in 20 of his 29 games.

    Chicago #2 wide receiver Alshon Jeffery (26 CAREER GAMES) has FIVE GAMES with 100 yards or more (TWO GAMES over 200 yards).

    Atlanta #2 wide receiver Julio Jones (37 CAREER GAMES) has TWELVE GAMES with 100 yards or more.

  4. Andy tried to throw a 10 yard pass, but when it fell short by 8 yards, Marvin moved quickly to get to the ball and hurt his ankle.

  5. cincyalldaway says:
    Jul 22, 2014 1:26 PM

    Got 3 words for you Joe…………CARSON PALMER TRADE


    That never gets old.

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