Another day in and another day Jacoby Jones stayed on the non-football injury list.
Jones, slated to be the No. 2 receiver with the Ravens this year, has not passed his conditioning test, which is a series of timed sprints based on position group. Jones failed a first conditioning test on Monday, which prompted him to be listed on the non-football injury list.
After Tuesday's practice for rookies, quarterbacks and injured veterans, Ravens coach John Harbaugh told the media gathering that he expects Jones to pass his test before the first full training camp practice.
"I would never make any excuses for him," Harbaugh told reporters. "He should pass it, but he's battling. We'll see, it's up to him. It's his job to do. That's the facts. Facts are stubborn things."
This makes you wonder whether Jones, assuming he passes the conditioning test, will not open as the second option at receiver during that first full practice. Not being prepared for the conditioning test may have rubbed Harbaugh and the coaching staff the wrong way.
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