James Jones, Raiders agree to three-year deal

The Oakland Raiders and free-agent wide receiver James Jones agreed to a three-year deal today, per ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Going from Green Bay to Oakland, there is obviously a significant downgrade in quarterback play from Aaron Rodgers to QB TBD. The Raiders started both Terrelle Pryor and Matt McGloin last season, but their 2014 starter may not be on their roster until May's NFL draft.

Last season, Jones had 59 receptions for a career-high 817 yards and three touchdowns. In 2012, Jones had a league-high 14 touchdown receptions.

The Raiders' top three receivers from 2013 were Rod Streater (60/888/4), Denarius Moore (46/695/5) and Andre Holmes (25/431/1).

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