Green Bay, Wi (WSAU) Packers’ receiver James Jones is not saying “give me the ball” – but he is saying “give me the call.” Jones was Green Bay’s Number-three receiver a year ago – but that role went almost exclusively to Jordy Nelson in last week’s Packer win over New Orleans. Jones caught one pass for one yard against the Saints. He said that doesn’t bother him – but it does bother him that he had 10 fewer snaps than Nelson, and he did not get an indication the week before the game that Nelson won Jones’ old job. Jones says he’s not selfish, and he knows the Packers have a lot of weapons on offense – but he does want to be part of the game plan. Jones signed a contract extension after the N-F-L lockout, after Packers’ quarterback Aaron Rodgers and receiver Donald Driver campaigned to bring him back. Jones says he doesn’t want to complain to Rodgers – he does not regret his signing – and he’s not asking for a trade. Rodgers asked reporters not to make assumptions based on a single game. And he said it’s “ridiculous” for the media to ask receivers about the amount of attention they’re getting. Rodgers said it’s a long season, and he’ll throw to the open man.