The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported Jones looked crisp in his first practice of the week, though the rookie receiver only participated on a limited basis.
"It felt good to get back out there, running routes," Jones said, via the newspaper. "I thought I was going to be rusty, but I wasn't. So, it just felt good to be back out there with my teammates."
Jones has battled a nagging hamstring injury throughout the year. He originally suffered the injury Oct. 9 against the Green Bay Packers and missed the following two games. Jones then came back Nov. 6 against the Indianapolis Colts, exploding for two touchdowns and 131 yards, but he re-aggravated his hamstring the next week against the New Orleans Saints and sat out last week's win over the Tennessee Titans.
Vikings running back Adrian Peterson did not practice for a second consecutive day as he attempts to overcome a sprained left ankle he sustained last Sunday against the Oakland Raiders. Peterson was in a walking boot Wednesday, and Vikings coach Leslie Frazier said Peterson would need to practice by Friday in order to be available against the Falcons.