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Fisher Hopes Jones Has More Success in the Return Game

Ryan Mouton has been having a little difficulty (more like a huge hand-eye coordination problem) at the returning job, so coach Jeff Fisher took the initiative of signing Returner/WR Mark Jones. He also dropped the 26-year-old RB Chris Henry. There is really no need for this Scout team player, and we needed the room for a new returner. Hopefully he will step up and be able to actually CATCH A PUNT instead of dropping every other one like Ryan Mouton. Mouton is staying on the roster as a CB, but will most likely not have another chance this year at the punt job. Maybe we’ll finally pick up a W against the Jags this Sunday.

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3 Responses to “Fisher Hopes Jones Has More Success in the Return Game”

  1. Sierra says:

    Win Sunday, hopefully – fingers crossed.

    FYI: Defensive tackle, Tony Brown will be hanging out for an open house at the new Baptist Sports Medicine clinic on Tuesday, Oct. 6 from 4 – 6 pm. The address for the clinic is 101 International Dr. Suite 102 Franklin, TN. He’ll be cutting the ribbon at 4:30. He will be signing autographs, so bring the kids and ya’ number 97 jersey! You can also tour the new clinic and ask him what’s going on this season.

  2. JJ Jacobs says:

    Uhhh…Mark Jones is a WR and Chris Henry is a RB. Who is this new writer? He should at least get the positions of the players right. He can’t even do that, so he should be outta here.

  3. Casey Weeks says:

    Haha sorry a little typo, but thanks for not jumping on me or anything . . .

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