Jones has been a dominant force in dynasty leageus over the past four years, emerging as a serious weapon for the Packers. Over just the past two seasons, Jones has posted nearly 2,200 rushing yards, 25 rushing touchdowns, 96 catches, 829 receiving yards and another three scores, while performing as a solid RB1. Even better, he's averaged better than five yards per carry throughout his career and has a knack for big plays. Unfortunately, the #freeaaronjones movement never caught on as the likes of Jamaal Williams and AJ Dillon consistently siphoned carries off Jones. While that has likely extended Jones' career, it's also clouded our ability to truly see him as a featured back. Jones is going to get his money from somewhere, whether that's the Packers (which seems unlikely at this point), Miami, Arizona, San Francisco, Atlanta, Buffalo, Seattle, the Jets, Pittsburgh, or somewhere else. He has the potential to be a RB1 again next season, but also the potential to lose some serious value as he may see more touches on a team, but will undoubtedly be doing it in a less explosive offense with a weaker offensive line. The Jones saga will be one of the biggest stories of the off-season. At this point, you just have to hold on to our RB15 and hope for the best.