Tennessee Titans wide receiver Julio Jones has 12,896 career receiving yards, which places him at No. 20 in NFL history.

Jones just turned 32 earlier this year. If he plays another five years and averages around 1,000 receiving yards per season, he’ll finish his career as the No. 3 all-time receiving yards leader (behind Jerry Rice and Larry Fitzgerald, who hasn’t retired just yet).

The new Titans wide receiver, however, doesn’t care about those stats — Jones only cares about wins.

“My whole career I’ve never been a stat guy,” said Jones on Thursday. 

“I’m a team guy,” added Jones.

That sentiment was backed up by Titans wide receiver Josh Reynolds.

“First day out there and he was already coaching guys up, you can tell his mindset is, win games and whoever is out there, make plays,” explained Reynolds. 

Titans fans should be excited. Jones is a driven player who just wants to win. A lot of wide receivers can be considered “divas”, but not Jones. It’s clear he’s going to fit in great with the culture that Mike Vrabel has built in Nashville.

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