The Rams are reportedly showing strong interest in the linebacker, and have even scheduled a visit with Jones once he wraps up his meeting with the Arizona Cardinals.
However, it is also worth noting that the aforementioned Schefter stated that the Steelers remain interested in the veteran pass rusher's services as well.
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Jones was taken 17th overall out of Georgia but failed to establish himself as a consistent threat off the edge in his four years as a Steeler.
The Arizona Cardinals didn't waste any time replacing outside linebacker Alex Okafor. A former member of the Pittsburgh Steelers' defensive front, Jones will be heading to the desert on Monday so it seems.
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What's the risk? Jones had only seven sacks in Pittsburgh in four years - disappointing numbers for a former first-round pick. He accumulated a career high 42 tackles, one sack, an interception, two forced fumbles and a recovery while playing in 14 games. Jones did some nice things for the defense, particularly against the run, but his six sacks in four seasons weren't almost enough for his draft status. With Jarvis Jones being agreeing to a one-year prove-it deal, as ESPN NFL Nation reporter Jeremy Fowler reported, he could be motivated to turn in an impressive season in order to cash in.
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