It never hurts to have a respected veteran and future Hall of Famer in your corner when you join a new team.
“The ceiling is unlimited for him,” Gates said, according to Tom Krasovic of The San Diego Union-Tribune. “Whether or not he gets there all depends on the ability to process things – on the ability to work hard and to make these sacrifices that he needs to make in the classroom and on the field. And, he’s been doing a great job at that so far.”
That said, Jones owns a plethora of big-game experience from his time with Ohio State and with Rivers turning 36 later this season, perhaps he’ll be a future option for Anthony Lynn behind center.
– With h/t to Around the NFL
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