Jones officially did not practice for a second consecutive day due to the lingering injury. Tight end Travis Kelce was limited with a knee injury, but he is expected to be fine for Sunday's game.
Here is other news we're monitoring Thursday around the NFL:
Linebacker Kwon Alexander (pec) and pass rusher Dee Ford (quadricep, hamstring) were limited.
»Tennessee Titans cornerback Logan Ryan was a full participant at practice after sitting out Wednesday with an illness.
»Green Bay Packers wide receiver Geronimo Allison (illness) was limited after missing practice Wednesday.
»Chicago Bears coach Matt Nagy announced the hires of Bill Lazor as offensive coordinator and John DeFilippo as quarterbacks coach. Nagy also announced the promotions of Brian Ginn to assistant special teams coach, Chris Jackson to assistant wide receivers and Shane Toub to defensive quality control.
»The Carolina Panthers are hiring Al Holcomb as their defensive run game coordinator, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported, per a source informed.
Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy announced several coaching moves, including retaining OC Kellen Moore and hiring Mike Nolan as DC, John Fassel as special teams coordinator, Skip Peete as RBs coach, Joe Philbin as O-line coach and Jim Tomsula as D-line coach. McCarthy noted that the team is planning to add Maurice Linguist and Al Harris -- a former Pro Bowl cornerback under McCarthy in Green Bay -- in yet to be determined defensive coaching roles.