In his final year with the Atlanta Falcons, he only played nine games and finished with 771 yards and three touchdowns.
Last season, he only had 434 yards and a touchdown for the Tennessee Titans.
Is his production slowing down because he is getting older?
After all, he has been in the league for over a decade and he is now in his early 30s.
But it seems like he is having a resurgence, as shown in the video shared by NFL insider Dov Kleiman.
Including beating Xavien Howard on 1-on-1 and a 30-yard gain against Noah Igbinoghene down the sideline.pic.twitter.com/uzxxFlqUbc
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) August 10, 2022
Kleiman tweeted, “Highlights of Tom Brady and @juliojones_11 against the #Dolphins DBs in joint practice. Including beating Xavien Howard on 1-on-1 and a 30-yard gain against Noah Igbinoghene down the sideline.”
Of course, playing with the game’s greatest winner will put him in a position to succeed.
Even Antonio Brown, a player who has had his issues, won a Super Bowl with Brady.
Therefore, the 45-year-old quarterback will find ways to activate Jones in every game.
The Pressure Is Off Jones
Luckily for him, he won’t feel immense pressure in carrying the team on his shoulders.
In Atlanta, he was accustomed to being the main man in the passing game.
In Tennessee, he is one of the top options with A.J. Brown.
Those two players will collect the most yards and Jones will be playing a support role.
Still, not feeling any pressure means that Jones is free to play the way he wants.
If he returns to his old form, the Buccaneers will be difficult to beat.