Aaron Jones

Aaron Jones Fantasy

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2019
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2019
30.2 8th
2019
5.0 37th
2019
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Height / Weight
5'9" / 208 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
December 2, 1994 (25)
Experience
4th Season
Drafted
2017 / Rd. 5 / Pk. 182 (GB)
College
Texas-El Paso

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Aaron Jones News

Aaron Jones Will Work Harder With A.J. Dillon Around

Green Bay Packers running back Aaron Jones, who had a career year in 2019, thinks rookie running back A.J. Dillon's arrival will push him to work even harder entering the 2020 season. The Packers drafted Dillon 62nd overall in the second round back in April. Jones is also entering the last year of his deal, which means that Dillon could become a starter sooner than later if Jones goes elsewhere. But Jones, 26 this December, would love to sign a long-term deal to stay in Green Bay. Another big campaign in 2020 would help his cause. "I know it's the NFL. They're bringing in guys every day to compete so I mean it's just gonna raise my game and I'm excited to have him there and start working with him, teaching him the playbook and everything," Jones said. He is extremely efficient and the best back on the roster. Don't expect a gaudy number of touchdowns again this year, but Jones is at least a high-end RB2 for fantasy owners, even with Dillon added to the mix.

Jun. 26th • 12:56 AM
Aaron Jones Succeeds Inside The Tackles

Green Bay Packers running back Aaron Jones saw most of his success in 2019 between the tackles, as he tied for the league lead with 10 touchdowns on inside runs and averaged 4.1 yards per rush on runs inside the tackles in the red zone, which was the most in the NFL among those with at least 15 such runs. Jones' 53 runs on which he hit 15-plus mph were the fourth-most in the NFL. The 25-year-old had his first 1,000-yard rushing season on 236 carries last year and led the league with 16 rushing touchdowns. He also caught 49 passes for 474 yards and three TDs. Even though he might not see an RB1 workload with second-rounder A.J. Dillon now in the mix, Jones is a high-end RB2 at the worst with RB1 upside.

Jun. 4th • 1:20 PM
Aaron Jones Wants To Be A Packer For Life

Green Bay Packers running back Aaron Jones, who is heading into the final year of his deal in 2020, would like to finish his career with the Packers, but he knows that might not happen. Jones tied for the league lead with 19 touchdowns last year, but the Packers also drafted A.J. Dillon in the second round this year. Jones' agent, Chris Cabott, said that contract talks have taken place with the club. The fifth-round pick in 2017 had 1,558 yards from scrimmage in 2019 and needed the fewest carries (236) by a Packers running back to reach 1,000 yards rushing since John Brockington in 1971. But Green Bay hasn't given a second contract to a running back they drafted since James Starks in 2010. Jones is the best back in Green Bay by far, but he could lose even more touches in what could become more of a committee approach. He's unlikely to put up that many TDs again either, so Jones is more of a low-end RB1/high-end RB2.

May. 27th • 5:10 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Aaron Rodgers
Jordan Love
RB Aaron Jones
Jamaal Williams
LWR Davante Adams
Jake Kumerow
RWR Devin Funchess
Marquez Valdes-Scantling
SWR Allen Lazard
Equanimeous St. Brown
TE Jace Sternberger
Josiah Deguara
LT David Bakhtiari
John Leglue
LG Lane Taylor
Elgton Jenkins
C Corey Linsley
Cole Madison
RG Billy Turner
Lucas Patrick
RT Rick Wagner
Alex Light
LDE Dean Lowry
Jonathan Garvin
NT Kenny Clark
Montravius Adams
RDE Tyler Lancaster
Kingsley Keke
LOLB Preston Smith
Randy Ramsey
LILB Oren Burks
Christian Kirksey
Curtis Bolton
Ty Summers
ROLB Za'Darius Smith
Rashan Gary
LCB Jaire Alexander
Chandon Sullivan
SS Darnell Savage
Vernon Scott
FS Adrian Amos
Will Redmond
RCB Kevin King
Josh Jackson
K Mason Crosby