When the Baltimore Ravens signed wide receiver Jacoby Jones to a two-year $7 million contract during the offseason they gained a deep threat for offensive coordinator Cam Cameron and quarterback Joe Flacco to utilize in the passing game. Perhaps more importantly Baltimore was hoping to solidify a return game that struggled last season to consistently give the offense good field position.
Today Jones did more than that, he put points on the board.
The 108 yard score is Jones’ fifth career return TD (3 punts, 2 kickoffs) and ties an NFL record for longest kickoff return. Jones’ return is one of a few plays over 100 yards in Ravens history. You can check out the franchise’s longest plays here.