Wide receiver Jacoby Jones has found a new home with the San Diego Chargers since being released by the Baltimore Ravens.
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The Chargers have signed Jones to a two-year contract that will be worth up to $5.5 million.
Jones spent the first five seasons of his career with the Houston Texans before signing with the Baltimore Ravens.
He has not been a prominent receiving threat aside from a 2010 season where he caught a career-high 51 passes. He has been known to make big plays though.
In the Ravens’ 2012 Super Bowl run, Jones sparked an upset over the Denver Broncos with a 70-yard touchdown catch that sent the game into overtime.
He also scored on a 56-yard touchdown catch in the Super Bowl before returning a kickoff 108 yards for another touchdown to start the second half before the Ravens held on to beat the San Francisco 49ers.
The Chargers were in need of a special teams upgrade, and Jones gives them a threat to score any time he returns the ball while also providing receiving depth.