Running backs are the most disposable, replaceable commodities in the game, always have been. Like the old saying goes........"Running backs are a dime a dozen". Even the good ones only usually have a shelf life of on average maybe 3-5 years if they're lucky and can avoid injuries. Believe me there are a thousand Kory Sheets out there just waiting for a chance and opportunity to play pro ball.
I agree not sure why but many guys who do take the chance at their NFL dream in most cases come back and are sub par in their performance or so banged up they would not last long. Jones I doubt would take a chance on a broken player that has had his dream crushed. That is one thing about Jones he may gamble but not on this type of situation. He wants strong young players they have to suit his style of game he coaches and in this case not a chance. I feel bad for Kory he should have stayed but then again those injuries could have happened up here as well.