When the Indianapolis Colts signed free-agent defensive lineman Arthur Jones away from the Ravens after the 2013 season, the move made a lot of sense.
The Colts were looking to add bulk, toughness and athleticism to their defensive front and their coach Chuck Pagano, the Ravens' former defensive coordinator, had a first-hand look at Jones' development into a quality two-way defensive lineman.
However, the five-year, $33 million deal for the Colts hasn't worked out as Jones has become the latest Ravens defensive standout to struggle after signing a big-money deal elsewhere.
Jones missed seven games because of injuries in his first season in 2014 and didn't play at all last year because of a significant ankle injury. Now, Jones is set to miss the first four games of the 2016 season after he was found in violation of the league's performance-enhancing drug policy.
It continues a rough stretch for the Jones brothers. As a member of the New England Patriots, star pass rusher Chandler Jones was hospitalized in January for what reportedly was a bad reaction to synthetic marijuana. The Patriots traded Chandler Jones to the Arizona Cardinals following the season.
MMA star Jon "Bones" Jones could be facing a two-year suspension from his sport after he tested positive for banned substances and was removed from the UFC 200 card earlier this month.