Ricky Seals-Jones: What You Need to Know About the Week 11 Star

Many people may have been surprised to see the name Ricky Seals-Jones pop up on Sunday, not least when he found the end zone twice for the Cardinals in their loss to the Houston Texans. I was one of them, I must admit. So just who is the mysterious Seals-Jones? Seals-Jones played his college football at Texas A&M as a wide receiver, starting for three years after just the one game as a true freshman. His 123 receptions for the Aggies is good for 10th all-time for the school (14 players have more receiving yards than his 1442). He also managed to haul in 10 touchdown passes, the same number secured by Ryan Tannehill before he converted to quarterback. Seals-Jones failed to reach 600 yards in a single season, however, and many speculated before the draft that his NFL future would see him convert to tight end.

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By Neil Dutton | @ndutton13 | Archive