Jacoby Jones on NFI list
Now it's possible he's dancing into John Harbaugh's doghouse.
Jones, the wide receiver that scored two touchdowns in Baltimore's Super Bowl win over San Francisco, was placed on the non-football injury list on Monday after failing a team conditioning test.
He is eligible to come off the list whenever he takes the test again and passes.
It's not the first time a high-profile player has failed the conditioning test, which consists of a series of sprints. A year ago, linebacker Courtney Upshaw failed the test when he arrived out of shape and overweight.
Other moves Baltimore made on Monday were to place Marshal Yanda (shoulder) and Jameel McClain (spinal cord contusion) on the physically unable to perform list.
Yanda is on schedule with his recovery, though McClain is still waiting on clearance for contact.
The Ravens also released undrafted rookie receiver Omarius Hines.
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