What it means: For one, the Ravens' offseason quest for another veteran wide receiver, and an explosive return man is probably over. It would be fair to characterize Jones as mistake-prone at times during his Texans' tenure, but he has very good speed and he can get behind a defense. He is a threat when he touches the ball, which the Ravens simply didn't have last year on kickoff returns. Jones, 27, will allow the Ravens to proceed cautiously with fifth-round draft pick and return specialist Asa Jackson, and not risk the health of top cornerback Lardarius Webb by making him return punts. As a wide receiver, Jones, who has gotten some criticism for his hands and his route running, immediately becomes the front runner for that No.3 spot behind Anquan Boldin and Torrey Smith. However, that's hardly a sure thing. Second-year wide receivers Tandon Doss and LaQuan Williams will get an opportunity and so will rookie sixth-round pick Tommy Streeter out of Miami. With Jones aboard, the Ravens now have 10 receivers on their roster and that doesn't count the three undrafted free agent wide receivers (Devin Goda, Dorian Graham and Deonte Thompson) that are expected at camp. The battle for the wide receiver roster spots is shaping up to be one of the most intriguing storylines of the preseason.