NFL.com's Aditi Kinkhabwala reported Jones will suit up at practice on Thursday after completing his sprints on time earlier in the day.
Jones failed the test on Tuesday, making him an easy target for jokes. His dancing competition work didn't translate to being in great football shape. As NBC's Ross Tucker pointed out, most players pass the conditioning test the second time around because it's rigged. The point was made by the coaching staff.
One notable exception was Albert Haynesworth a few years back with the Washington Redskins. He struggled for 11 days against the conditioning test before finally passing.
UPDATE: Jones had a hilarious response when asked about his test after practice:
Jacoby Jones on conditioning test: "I took it just about how like I took the ACT. Eventually I passed.ââ Baltimore Ravens (@ Ravens) July 25, 2013
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