Report: Packers' Josh Jones skipping OTAs in hopes of being traded
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Green Bay Packers safety Josh Jones is skipping the team's voluntary offseason team activities this week in hopes of being traded, a source told ESPN's Rob Demovsky.

Jones' future with the Packers was thrown into question after the team signed safety Adrian Amos in free agency and then traded up in the draft to select safety Darnell Savage Jr. with the 21st pick in the first round.

Jones, a 2017 second-round pick, now reportedly believes a fresh start is best for both parties.

He played 13 contests with the Packers last season, but started only five.

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Report: Packers' Josh Jones skipping OTAs in hopes of being traded
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