Jeff Fisher confirmed publicly this week that he and the Titans were unaware of Jones' arrests last year in Georgia. This action by Jones is a violation of the Personal Conduct Policy set forth by the NFL.
The withholding of the arrests from the team will allow the Titans to suspend Jones for up to 4 games this season without pay. Jones is scheduled to be back in court in Georgia to face an obstruction of justice charge later this month.
The possible loss of Jones could leave the Titans scrambling to find a replacement for both cornerback and kick returner after the departure of Bobby Wade earlier this month. The Titans are currently slated to pick 19th in the upcoming NFL draft and the staff hasn't shown any sign of which direction they might be leaning.