It's been expected but it's nice to hear Arians say that. But that said, until the dynasty community sees material touches and production, he's always going to carry a risk-on flag as his DLF RB39 ranking shows. Jones has been working out hard during the off-season and has added weight to increase his ability to withstand punishment and that, when combined with the loss of Peyton Barber to Washington and the atypical training camp limiting reps of rookie Ke'Shawn Vaughn, Jones has an easy path to the starting role. The Bucs did add LeSean McCoy recently who could see material touches should Jones falter so competition is present. Jones did finish with his first 100 yard performance during the last game of 2019 vs. Atlanta and tallied double-digit carries in eight of his last 10 games, scoring four touchdowns and logging 26 receptions over that same span. The arrow is pointing up for the third-year player. Ronald Jones just turned 23 this week and is a low valued risk-on acquisition for 2020.