“You are out here trying to earn a spot and all the guys know that no matter what, on game day, I am going to be out here ready to play for them,” Jones said.
Jones was drafted as a center but worked his way into a starting role at right guard in 2012. In training camp, he has also added left guard to his skillset. For Jones, the effort to move from right guard to left was just a matter of changing technique and something he was used to doing.
“Actually Quess and Jones are splitting reps,"Kubiak said. "It’s a competitive situation with Wade out. We’ll see what happens, but Ben’s been having a very good camp. Quess has probably come as far as a young offensive linemen as we’ve had in a while, so it’s going to be a competitive situation over the next few weeks.”