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Cowboys add RoJo to backfield mix

The Dallas Cowboys are adding former Tampa Bay running back RONALD JONES to their running back corps heading into the 2023 NFL season. Jones, 25, is a former second round pickMore of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from back in 2018. Jones will be a likely backup to Pro Bowl running back TONY POLLARD, who received the franchise tag by the Cowboys to keep him in Dallas this season. Less

Source: Team Website

Factoid: Isiah Pacheco

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Kansas City RB Jones on roster bubble?

After signing a one-year deal with Kansas City during the offseason, speculation began about running back RONALD JONES having a significant role in the team’s offense. Thus far through training campMore and the preseason, Jones could actually be on the outside looking in after struggling to do much of anything noteworthy. The Kansas City backfield is crowded and, so far, Jones has done little to stand out from the likes of fellow running backs CLYDE EDWARDS-HELAIRE, JERICK MCKINNON, seventh-round rookie ISIAH PACHECO, and holdover restricted free agent DERRICK GORE. Less

Source: Team Blog

Mailbag: June 14, 2022

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Around the NFL: Jerick McKinnon

Kansas City just re-signed Jerick McKinnon, and that changes the landscape of their backfield. Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Ronald Jones are already on that roster, but there could be some games (perhaps many games) where McKinnon is more productive than those guys.  more »



Brady leads Bucs in playoff rout

Tampa Bay quarterback TOM BRADY threw touchdown passes to ROB GRONKOWSKI and MIKE EVANS in Sunday’s playoff win over the Philadelphia Eagles. With running backs LEONARD FOURNETTE and RONALD JONES bothMore out, the backups held their own with 2 rushing touchdowns while the defense returned to form and held the Eagles top-ranked rushing offense mostly in check. Less

Source: Team Website


Bucs coach Arians to fantasy owners…”We’ll See”

Tampa Bay running back RONDALD JONES remains in a protective boot as he deals with an ankle injury, and head coach Bruce Arians said on Thursday “We’ll see” when asked aboutMore Jones’ availability for Sunday’s game against the Carolina Panthers. Fellow running back KE’SHAWN VAUGHN is dealing with a rib injury, but Arians did say that the second-year back is “fine”. Recent signee LE’VEON BELL is reportedly fully healthy. Less

Source: Tampa Bay Times


Fournette likely headed to injured reserve, Bucs sign Le’Veon Bell

Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back LEONARD FOURNETTE is expected to be placed on injured reserve due to a hamstring injury that left him on crutches after Sunday night’s game. Fournette wouldMore miss the rest of the regular season, but he is expected to return for the playoffs. With Fournette out, the Buccaneers are signing veteran running back LE’VEON BELL. Bell is expected to back up RONALD JONES, who now moves into the starting role. Less


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Around the NFL: Ronald Jones

Leonard Fournette injures a hamstring, and suddenly Ronald Jones is looking like the one of the players who’ll help to flip some fantasy playoff games. He’s got a great line in front of him, and the Bucs are closing the season with three games against lesser run defenses.  more »



Bucs not planning to trade RB Jones

Fantasy owners hoping that Tampa Bay running back RONALD JONES will be traded to a better situation prior to the upcoming trade deadline will likely be disappointed to hear from BucsMore head coach Bruce Arians on the matter. Arians said on Wednesday that he would rather have depth at running back than anything the Bucs might get in a trade. With fellow running back LEONARD FOURNETTE establishing himself as the clear leader in the Bucs backfield, it looks like more of the same for Jones and his fantasy owners. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Bucs name Ronald Jones as starting RB vs. Falcons

Tampa Bay running back RONALD JONES will start for the Buccaneers on Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons. Jones fumbled in the first half of the regular season opener against Dallas andMore was promptly given a seat on the bench for the remainder of the game. While Jones will get the start, fellow running backs LEONARD FOURNETTE and GIOVANI BERNARD are expected to also be in the mix against the Falcons. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Veteran RB Bernard to be a major part of Bucs offense

Tampa Bay head coach Bruce Arians said on Thursday that veteran running back GIOVANI BERNARD has been “more than pretty good”, adding that the Bucs newest backfield addition is already aMore major part of the offense. If Arians is to be believed, fantasy owners will have to sort through the Bucs running back corps with fellow rushers RONALD JONES, LEONARD FOURNETTE, and KE’SHAWN VAUGHN also in the mix. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Versatile RB Bernard to have role in Tampa Bay backfield

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers expect to use versatile veteran running back GIOVANI BERNARD in multiple ways heading into the upcoming season. Super Bowl championship aside, Bucs running backs led the leagueMore with 17 drops last season. Meanwhile, Bernard begins the season with the third most receptions among running backs since 2013. He is also a strong pass blocker and veteran leader who appears to be part of a three-pronged attack along with fellow running backs RONALD JONES and LEONARD FOURNETTE. Less

Source: Team Blog

Mailbag: June 18, 2021

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition: Most improved offenses. Pull the plug on Hollywood Brown? Dynasty keepers. Running backs coming off injuries. And more. more »


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