"It's my dream, it's something I definitely want to do is start and be in that rotation and fight with my guys," Jones told Dulac. "I just want to continue to strive for the best and keep getting better."
The Steelers' first-round pick in the 2013 draft, Jones split time behind starter Jason Worilds last week, playing 26 snaps compared to Worilds's 47.
The rookie made his presence felt on just the second of those snaps, knifing through the offensive line to blow up Tennessee halfback Chris Johnson for a jarring two-yard loss. He finished the contest with two tackles, a number likely to increase alongside his playing time on Monday night.
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