Bengals wide receiver Marvin Jones, arguably the biggest leaper from obscurity to reliable producer (especially on third downs), returned to practice on Friday after sitting out on Wednesday and Thursday. Jones had landed and "popped" his shoulder during a beautiful touchdown reception against the Detroit Lions on Sunday.
For those of you unaware (aka, visiting Jets fans), Jones is the team's third wide receiver but replaces Mohamed Sanu, who moves to the slot in three-wide formation. He currently leads the team with a 15.4 yard/reception average and ranks second behind A.J. Green with three touchdowns.
Save for cornerback Leon Hall and defensive tackle Devon Still, both have already been declared out this weekend, Jones was the only player that sat during both practices before Friday's session.
Wallace Gilberry, who didn't practice on Thursday with a knee, also returned on Friday.