Welcome Adam Jones To The Broncos
After, almost a decade of torturing the AFC North, Adam Jones “Pac Man” has found himself a new home. He signed a one-year deal, estimated at 1 million dollars with the Denver Broncos. Jones was signed after the Broncos waived linebacker Bo Bower.
— NFL Stats (@NFL_Stats) August 26, 2018
Jones, a veteran coming from the Cincinnati Bengals, has had a twelve year career in the NFL, including stints with Dallas and Tennessee. He’s appeared in 139 regular season games, including nine games last season before being placed on the injured reserve list.
Over his career, Pac-Man has posted 494 tackles, 16 INT (239 yards, 2 TDs), 7 forced fumbles and 12 fumble recoveries. As a special teams player he returned 182 punts for 1,922 yards with 5 TDs. Jones also has 121 kickoff returns for 3,147 yards (26.0 avg.).
Off field? Has baggage.
On the field? Jones is solid.
In 2016-17. Minimum 800 snaps
A. Jones. 109tgt, 68rec, 640yds, 4TDs, 2INTs
C. Harris Jr.: 139tgt, 73rec, 783yds, 6TDs, 4INTs
J. Ramsey: 194tgt, 101rec, 1,289yds, 6TDs, 6INTs
— Ronnie Kohrt (@RonnieKRadio) August 27, 2018
What Does Pac-Man Bring To The Broncos?
Upon signing Adam Jones the Broncos know what they are getting out of a player like him. A season veteran ready to help win football games. Jones is a duel threat, not only ready to help on the defensive side of the ball, but special teams as well. Regardless of the off field behavior Jones is great to have as a elder presence in the locker room as well.
Adam Jones is tied for 3rd in the NFL with 5 career punts returned for touchdowns since 2005, when he entered the league.
He's also 8th in punt return yards (1,922), 9th in avg. (10.6 yards) and 12th in total punt returns (182) in that span.
— Nicki Jhabvala (@NickiJhabvala) August 27, 2018
Pac-Man has posted 494 tackles, 16 INT (239 yards, 2 TDs), 7 forced fumbles and 12 fumble recoveries.
Drafted by Tennessee sixth overall from West Virginia University in the 2005 NFL draft .
Two-time Big East selections at West Virginia University.
Selected to the 2005 All-Rookie Team.
2X NFL Player of the Week.
Selected to the 2014 First-Team All-Pro as a kick returner.
Selected to the 2015 Pro-Bowl as a cornerback.