2023 Player Outlook
Marvin Jones saw a surprisingly high number of targets in Jacksonville last season, but his stat line sure didn't reflect that, as he finished with only 529 yards and three touchdowns en route to finishing the season as WR58. This year, he's back home in Detroit where he spent five years of his career, and although he's an aging receiver, he should still have some juice left in the tank. While Jameson Williams serves his suspension, Jones should take his place as the flanker and has the opportunity for some production in the early part of 2023. He may not be a sexy pick, and his targets will fall off once Williams returns, but he could provide early-year flex appeal.