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Freddie Jones

39-Year-Old Tight End – Free Agent

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HT: 6'05    WT: 270   DOB: 9/16/1974  College: University of North Carolina  Show ContractHide Contract

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Jones signed a one-year deal with the Panthers for $690,000 and a $25,000 signing bonus on April 19, 2005. Announced retirement in August of 2005.

August 7, 2005  –  Freddie Jones News

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Jones retired Sunday, just four months after signing a free agent contract with the Panthers, the Associated Press reports.

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Freddie Jones NFL Stats
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Freddie Jones: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Jones signed a one-year deal with the Panthers on Tuesday for $690,000 and a $25,000 signing bonus, the Charlotte Observer reports.

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Jones is expected to sign with the Panthers sometime in the next week, the East Valley Tribune reports.

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Jones is now an unrestricted free agent with the Cardinals having made no attempt to re-sign him.

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Jones caught just two passes for 12 yards in Sunday's win over the Rams.

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Jones caught four passes for 34 yards in Sunday's OT loss to the 49ers.

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Jones, who had two catches on Sunday for 20 yards including a touchdown, hasn't been involved with the offense as much in recent games.

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Jones led the team in receptions on Sunday with six gaining 39 yards in the process.

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Jones lead the Cardinals in receptions on Saturday versus the Raiders, making six receptions for 56 yards.

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Jones (groin) was able to play in Saturday's game and caught two passes for 43 yards including a 33-yard effort at the end of the first quarter, the team's longest reception of the game.

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Jones missed practice Wednesday with a groin injury, according to the Arizona Republic.

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Jones caught a 31-yard touchdown pass from Josh McCown in an intra-squad mock game on Saturday.

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Jones had just two catches for 11 yards in Sunday's loss at Seattle.

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Jones was held to three catches for 14 yards in Sunday's loss at San Francisco.

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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2014

There was no outlook written for Freddie Jones.

2005

Jones signed in the offseason with the Panthers, who were below average in tight-end usage last season. They ranked 25th with 12.3 percent of their total passing yards going to their tight ends (league average was 17.2 percent). Given they werenít enthralled with Kris Mangumís and Mike Seidmanís receiving numbers, does it mean Jones will be a big part of the Carolina offense in 2005? Not necessarily. The team basically considers its tight end a sixth offensive lineman. Although Jones might be the best pass-catching tight end on the team Ė heís never caught fewer than 35 passes in a season Ė the Panthers are primarily a running team and Jones will have to relearn long-forgotten blocking techniques as his role has been more about catching passes than flattening linebackers.

2004

Jones had a nice season in 2003, but all the changes in Arizona donít appear to be breaking his way for 2004. New head coach Dennis Green is expected to use multiple WR sets with Anquan Boldin, Larry Fitzgerald and Bryant Johnson. Thereís also the uncertainty involved with a new quarterback, Josh McCown. Jones has nice career numbers (3.4 catches, 35.6 yards per game) with nearly three TDs per season, but we donít envision a big role for him under coach Green in 2004.

2003

Three seasons ago, Jones was a premier tight end, but that is no longer the case. In his first season with the Cardinals last year, he caught 44 balls for 358 yards and just one touchdown. The team lost its top three wide receivers to free agency, so as the lone starter from 2002, Jones might claim some of those lost receptions. But the offense is likely to struggle this season with unproven WRs and a new quarterback in Jeff Blake. We'll pass on him as a starter, but in a deep league, he's worth a gamble.