Jacoby Jones says that his fitness levels are back to where they were at the beginning of the campaign, with his knee injury fully behind him.
Baltimore Ravens wideout Jacoby Jones has stated that he thinks he is returning to his best form.
Jones was sidelined by a knee problem he sustained in the opening week of the season and left him out action for around a month.
However, after 53 yards receiving and 123 yards returning from punts and kickoffs during Thursday's win over the Pittsburgh Steelers, Jones feels that he is close to rediscovering his level.
He told Ravens.com: "I'm starting to get my bounce back, and I'm just getting back into rhythm with Joe Flacco. I'm getting back to myself physically, health-wise.
"I'm just getting back to myself, where I was week one. I've had to do all that again to be ready.
The Thanksgiving victory was marred by a controversy in which Jones was almost tripped by Steelers coach Mike Tomlin on one of his returns.
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