The receiver suffered the injury in Monday night's loss to the Green Bay Packers while putting up 259 yards and a touchdown on 11 receptions. Jones missed practice all week.
Jones' absence, however, is a big boost to the Pittsburgh Steelers -- who have been burned on the back end often this season.
Jones leads the NFL with 1,428 receiving yards and is second in the NFL with 147 targets this season. Jones has a touchdown in three straight games (zero TDs in the seven games previous to that). Over the past three games he has compiled 26 receptions, 172 yards per game, six receptions of 25-plus yards and three touchdowns.