Former Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones wasn't on the market long.
Nine days after Baltimore released the veteran playmaker, he signed a two-year deal with the San Diego Chargers.
Jones is set to return to Baltimore in 2015, however, as the Chargers will face the Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium sometime during the regular season.
Jones spent three years in Baltimore and had plenty of memorable moments, including the "Mile High Miracle" catch in Denver that sent the divisional playoff game into overtime. He also scored two touchdowns, including a 108-yard kickoff return, in Super Bowl XLVII.
One year into a three-year deal with the Ravens, Jones' impact decreased, however.
Jones, 30, was primarily used as a returner last season after struggling with drops early in the year. He caught just nine passes for 131 yards. He averaged 30.6 yards per kickoff return and had one kickoff returned for a touchdown last year.