Jacoby Jones Injury Update: Ravens 3rd WR will play; only has fantasy value in return leagues

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Jacoby Jones is going to play for the Ravens. Could he catch a deep ball or be a big factor in the return game?

Jacoby Jones (ankle) was limited in practice all week with his ankle injury and is listed as probable to face the Steelers. He should be able to resume his duties as the third receiving option and also as the team's returner.

Jones is coming off a 20-point fantasy game in return-yardage PPR leagues (25 yards per point), but he has just 15 catches for 256 yards on the year. He has one receiving TD.

Fantasy Impact: Jones is going to play and he could see some action in the return game with the Ravens D reeling a little bit due to injuries.

Jones is averaging just 3.1 targets per game, so it's going to be tough to count on him for his offensive production alone. He is coming off a return TD and the Ravens said they will try to get him the ball a little more. If your league rewards heavily for returns.

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