LATROBE, Pa. – Jarvis Jones always had a knack for finding the football during his college career at Georgia.
It hasn't taken the Pittsburgh Steelers rookie linebacker long to do the same in the NFL.
Jones recovered a fumble in his first preseason game last Saturday, continuing a series of highlight-reel plays that began almost the moment the Steelers began training camp at Saint Vincent College.
Lawrence Timmons says once Jones puts it all together, he is going to become a problem for other opponents. First Jones has to find a way to unseat Jason Worilds, who currently sits atop the depth chart at right outside linebacker.
The Steelers travel to Washington next Monday night.