The Facts: According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Raiders reached agreement with Jones on a three-year deal.
Diehards Line: Rod Streater led the Raiders in receptions (60) and yards (888) last year and is a favorite of the coaching staff for his work ethic and commitment to improving. Andre Holmes (25 receptions, 401 yards) emerged as a big-body target who could blossom under the right quarterback and passing system. Denarius Moore (46 catches, 695 yards, 5 TDs) remains a playmaker but has been plagued by consistency issues for three seasons and missed three games with an AC joint injury. Meanwhile, Jones, in seven seasons, has 310 receptions for 4,305 yards (13.9) and 37 TDs. In Oakland, he'll face the same problem the rest of the receiving corps faces: Quarterback issues. Nonetheless, he'll remain of interest to fantasy football owners as a later-round pick with plenty of upside.