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Tagged: Ronald Jones (55 Results)

Jan
15

Bucs RB Jones returns to practice

Tampa Bay running back RONALD JONES returned in a limited capacity to the Buccaneers practice session on Thursday. Jones was a late scratch from last weekend’s game in Washington due toMore a calf injury, along with a surgically repaired finger. While his status for Sunday’s game against New Orleans remains uncertain, his appearance in practice was an encouraging sign. Less

Source: Team Website

Jan
14

Bucs RB Jones misses Wednesday practice

Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back RONALD JONES was not on the practice field on Wednesday. Jones was active for last weekend’s playoff game against Washington but did not play due toMore a quad injury that worsened in the hours leading up to the game. Head coach Bruce Arians said that he is hopeful that Jones will be able to practice today. Meanwhile, veteran running back LESEAN MCCOY returned to practice after missing time with an illness. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Factoid: Tampa running backs

Ronald Jones sat out last week's Tampa Bay game at Washington, much to the dismay of those who started him (he was held out after aggravating a quad injury in pregame warmups). Jones has now started off this week with a missed practice, so he's iffy for the game at New Orleans.   more »

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Jan
11

Brady, Fournette lead Bucs to playoff win

Tampa Bay quarterback TOM BRADY led the Bucs to their first playoff victory since winning Super Bowl 37 way back in 2003. Brady helped his fantasy owners with 2 touchdowns andMore 381 passing yards against the Washington Football Team. Running back LEONARD FOURNETTE played his best game with the Bucs, scoring a touchdown and totaling 132 scrimmage yards. Fournette got the call with fellow rushers RONALD JONES (quad) and LESEAN MCCOY (illness) sidelined. Less

Source: Tampa Bay Times

Dec
30

Bucs activate RB Jones from Covid-19 reserve list

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have activated running back RONALD JONES from the Covid-19 reserve list, clearing the way for a possible return to action in Sunday’s regular season finale against theMore Atlanta Falcons. Jones is also returning from a fractured finger that required surgery to insert pins into the digit earlier this month. Head coach Bruce Arians is hopeful that Jones will be available on Sunday, but he did say that the team would be cautious. Less

Source: Team Website

Factoid: Fournette For The Title

I’m thinking Leonard Fournette could play a key role in deciding some fantasy championship games this week. He’s had a terrible year, but he’s ending up in an ideal spot.  more »

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Dec
22

RoJo likely out vs. Lions

Tampa Bay running back RONALD JONES is unlikely to return from the Covid-19 reserve list in time for Saturday’s game against the Detroit Lions. Jones is also dealing with a brokenMore pinkie finger, and head coach Bruce Arians said his starting running back is doubtful for Week #16. With Jones likely out again, the Bucs will turn to LEONARD FOURNETTE. Less

Source: Tampa Bay Times

Dec
17

Bucs add RoJo to Covid-19 reserve list

Tampa Bay placed running back RONALD JONES on the Covid-19 reserve list on Wednesday. Jones’ status for Sunday’s game against the Atlanta Falcons was already in doubt after he had twoMore pins placed in his broken left pinkie finger during a surgical procedure on Tuesday. Rough week for RoJo and his fantasy owners. Less

Source: Tampa Bay Times

Dec
16

RoJo has broken pinky, status uncertain for Week #15

Tampa Bay running back RONALD JONES was scheduled for surgery on Tuesday to have a pin placed in his broken pinkie finger. X-rays after Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings revealedMore the broken pinky, although Jones did play the entire game. If Jones is out this Sunday against Atlanta, the Bucs will likely turn to LEONARD FOURNETTE. Interestingly, Fournette was a healthy scratch against the Vikings as the Bucs benched him in favor of veteran LESEAN MCCOY. Less

Source: Tampa Bay Times

Nov
16

RoJo sets franchise record in Bucs win vs. Panthers

Tampa Bay running back RONALD JONES set a franchise record with a 98-yard touchdown run in Sunday’s win against the Carolina Panthers. Jones’ 98-yard scoring run was not only the franchise’sMore longest touchdown run from scrimmage, but it was the longest offensive play in the Bucs’ 44-plus-season existence. Jones finished the game just shy of 200 rushing yards. Less

Source: Tampa Bay Times

Mailbag: September 24, 2020

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition. Is Drew Brees finished? What's up with T.Y. Hilton's slow start? Is Leonard Fournette now "The Man" in Tampa Bay. A.J. Brown's lingering knee injury. And more. more »

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Ask the Experts: Which Florida committee running back is best?

ASK THE EXPERTS appears weekly from training camp through the Super Bowl with answers to a new question being posted Thursday morning. How the guest experts responded when we asked them: Which Florida committee back is best?  more »

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Fantasy News: Bucs running backs

Looking at these Tampa Bay running backs, I don’t have a lot of confidence in any of them. I don’t know that we can count on any one guy getting a big workload.  more »

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Sep
4

ROJO still the lead back for Bucs

Before fantasy owners rush to draft new Tampa Bay running back LEONARD FOURNETTE, it should be noted that head coach Bruce Arians said on Thursday that RONALD JONES remains atop theMore Bucs running back depth chart. Of course, Arians has said many things during an offseason in which Tampa Bay drafted rookie running back KE’SHAWN VAUGHN and signed veteran rusher LESEAN MCCOY. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Around the NFL: Fournette to Bucs

Leonard Fournette signed with the Bucs last night. It's not a completely shocking landing spot; some of us guessed Tampa Bay as a possibility back when he was released. The Bucs have talked out of both sides of their face when it came to their backfield all along.   more »

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