Not long ago defensive end Marcus Jones wanted just to walk without pain again. Midway through the 1997 season he had been forced to the sideline (and under the knife) by walnut-sized bone spurs in both ankles that had rendered him useless as a player. "They were dang near crippling," recalls Jones, a first-round draft choice in 1996. "I'd run and just fall flat on my face. To even call me a one-dimensional player was too much. I was no-dimensional." Not anymore. In a reserve role last season, Jones racked up seven sacks, second on the club to Warren Sapp's 12�. Jones has been just as impressive in training camp. Don't be surprised if he unseats right end Steve White early this season.