Get used to this: We've got cuts to report.
Well, one cut. And in the fantasy landscape, it's not a real ground-shaker, but still ...
The Patriots announced they released wide receiver Donald Jones on Friday. Jones, who spent his first three seasons with the Bills, signed a three-year deal with New England in March. But the deal contained no guaranteed money, so the move doesn't cost them anything. He caught 41 passes for 443 yards and four scores in 12 games last season.
The Patriots also announced they have signed undrafted rookie wide receivers Quentn Sims and Perez Ashford.
It's a bit of good news for Michael Jenkins and his chances of making the final roster. Not that fantasy owners are scrambling to get him. I won't write about every mediocre, veteran skill player who gets cut in the next six weeks, but since Jones is one of the first ones, I'll make an exception. Jones is only 25 years old, so he should find another team.