Julio Jones had a serviceable Week 1 performance, catching three of five targets for 69 yards and rushing twice for 17 yards. A knee injury prevented him from playing in Tampa Bay’s matchup against New Orleans in Week 2. With a decimated wide receiver corps – Mike Evans’ suspension and Chris Godwin’s knee injury – Jones is in a position to receive a higher number of targets from Tom Brady against Green Bay in Week 3. Will he play? And if he does, will he be limited? Here’s what we know.
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Julio Jones is questionable to play in Week 3
According to The Athletic’s Greg Auman, WR Julio Jones is questionable for Week 3 against the Green Bay Packers.
Jones missed a lot of time last season with the Titans due to injury, and after a promising Tampa Bay debut in Week 1, Jones did not make an appearance in Week 2. He was a true game-time decision, though, so his prospects for Week 3 are higher. Should he play, with WR Mike Evans suspended and WR Chris Godwin questionable, Jones could see a lot of action alongside WR Russell Gage.
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