Source: Packers Safety Jones wants to be exchanged.

Source: Packers Safety Jones wants to be exchanged.
GREEN BAY, WIS. Josh Jones, who was a second-round pick two years ago, is leaving Packers' OTA because he hopes to force an exchange, a source told ESPN.

Jones was training with a trainer in Florida after leaving the Packers Office program almost a month ago.

The source said that Jones, who was 61st in the draft for 2017, thinks that it would be better for him and the packers if they are separated.

Jones is launching 12 games out of the lineup during the two years in Green Bay and two years in two years. Packers opened in the previous season with the former badass, recruited, with the protection of Cantrell Bryce and Ha Ha Clinton-Dix. Even after Clinton-Dix's business in the middle of last season, Jones was sidelined for an initial job when the Packers transferred Trombone Williams to the protection from the corner. It was not until Bryce suffered an ankle injury in the 10th week, eventually, Jones got his first start in season 11.

Jones originally informed Packers for the onset of Offset Workout on April 8. Packers made an important commitment to the security situation in the offer when they signed a four-year, $ 36 million free agent contract to Chicago beer security player Adrian Amos, and then used the selection. Maryland's Security Draft No. 21, Darnel Savage Jr.

The source said that Jones asked the General Manager of Packers Brian Gutekunst to let him go or trade him, but at this point, the packers did not agree.

As a cheat, Jones played with seven starts in 16 matches. He was one of the three crooks of packers appearing in each game during the 2017 season. They published 71 tackles with two bags and one interception and seven pass breaks. In his first run of the race (Week 3 of 2017 against Bengals), Jones had 11 tackles (10 solos) and became the first punk defensive player in the history of the team to record two sacks in a game.

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