Previous Eagles second round pick Sidney Jones has another home

Jones, the Eagles’ second round pick in 2017, was exchanged Monday evening from the Jaguars to the Seahawks in return for a sixth round pick in 2022, as per ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

That says a lot about Jones’ vocation. He was a second round pick only four years prior and just got exchanged for a sixth round pick.

Jones gets back to Seattle five years in the wake of completing his profession at the University of Washington, which is additionally in Seattle.

The Eagles made Jones the 43rd pick in the 2017 draft despite the fact that he extinguished his left Achilles at Washington’s ace day a month prior to the draft.

The thought was to red-shirt him his newbie year and still have a 22-year-old first round ability under agreement for three additional years. Jones even returned for the 2017 ordinary season finale against the Cowboys, where he played 29 snaps at cornerback.

He was dormant for the 2017 postseason, despite the fact that he got a Super Bowl ring after the Eagles beat the Patriots in Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis.

Jones went through the following two years on and off the field, managing an interminable progression of wounds. Altogether, he played in 22 games in an Eagles uniform with eight beginnings. He had two block attempts, both in 2019, preceding getting delivered a year prior with the last list cut-down.

After Jones cleared waivers, the Jaguars marked him to their training crew and afterward to their dynamic program. He played in nine games last year with six beginnings and had two additional capture attempts.

Despite the fact that he’s in his fifth NFL season, Jones is still just 25 years of age.

The Seahawks have been attempting to remake their cornerback profundity as of late. They gained John Reid from the Texans last week for a restrictive seventh round pick. Ahkello Witherspoon, Damarious Randall, D.J. Reed, Tre Flowers and Tre Brown are all in the blend.

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