Jones agrees to deal with Tampa Bay

Tuesday, March 16, 2010 at 5:50pm

Sean Jones, the free agent safety who visited the Titans on Monday, has agreed to a deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Jones likely chose the Bucs because he will have a better chance to start there. In Tennessee, he would have been a backup to Michael Griffin and Chris Hope.

Jones, 28, had 61 tackles and two interceptions for the Philadelphia Eagles, where he spent last season. His first five NFL seasons were spent with the Cleveland Browns. He has 16 career interceptions.

Jones played at the University of Georgia and also at Atlanta’s Westlake High School, the same school where former Titan Adam “Pacman” Jones played high school football.


4 Comments on this post:

By: TitansFan035 on 3/17/10 at 6:15

Good choice coach 500, loyalty to his starters even if the suck major aarrsse is ridiculous right Nick Harper.. At least he knows he can win a championship or at least compete for one. Not a 500 or below season, AGAIN!!

By: EquinsuOcha on 3/17/10 at 8:11

you should sign elsewhere too.........since you hate this org. so much

By: TITAN1 on 3/17/10 at 10:13


By: wayneCaluger on 3/17/10 at 6:21

Not surprised. Choice of starting for the Bucks or riding the pine for the Titans. Too bad, he could have helped in the event of injury or somebody not contributing like Nick Harper or Kearse. Hope they complete the deal.

Appears they are on track with Bo before someone pony's up the bucks and gives us a 28-32 round one pick. The guy is good, VY favorite and former team mate at Texas. they seem to be on the same page more so than other receivers and will need that to to take the heat off C.J.