A key piece of the Ravens’ 2013 Super Bowl squad returned to Baltimore today to officially end his career as a member of the flock.
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Jacoby Jones “did nothing wrong;” “there was no altercation;” and he takes “responsibility for being in the wrong place at the wrong time.” That’s according to comments the Ravens wide receiver made on his radio show regarding an incident on a party bus in DC that police say ended with a stripper hitting Jones over the head with a “gigantic Ace of Spades bottle.”
Jones said these would be his last comments on the incident. Rightfully so. I mean, there isn’t much to be said about something like this. For proof, watch this Baltimore Sun video in which Joe Flacco repeatedly says “It is what it is” when fielding questions about the fallout from the incident.
The good news is that Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones, who’s been injured since the first week of the NFL season, has been feeling better. So much better, in fact, that he spent a night partying in DC, celebrating a teammate’s birthday. At some point, the birthday crew piled on to a party bus… and that’s when things started getting crazy.
The judges (and the voting public) have spoken: Jacoby Jones, Ravens wide receiver, is an excellent dancer. If you haven’t been following along with the 16th season of Dancing With the Stars, now might be a good time to start: The competition is down to its final four, and Jones stands a good chance of coming out a winner. Which means that Baltimore is incredibly close to winning the 2013 Triumphant Trifecta (which I just made up): the Super Bowl, the Kentucky Derby, and DWTS’s top spot, all in one year!
Jacoby Jones was wonderfully light on his feet this season. (Remember that 108-yard kickoff return in the Super Bowl?) He also proved that he’s pretty good at the traditional post-touchdown dance. But will he be able to samba well enough to capture the hearts of America? That’s the real question.
Remember that awesome 108-yard touchdown Jacoby Jones opened the second half of the game with? Not only was it a crucial play for the Ravens, but it also gave a bunch of Baltimoreans some free furniture.