Aaron Jones Trademarks
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February 2, 2024
Aaron Jones is a running back in the National Football League. He plays for the Green Bay Packers.
Aaron LaRae Jones was born in Savannah, Georgia on December 2, 1994. He has a twin brother, as well as two other older siblings. As the child of two military officers, Jones moved around a lot during his childhood. He spent time living in at least four states as well as abroad in Germany.
Jones attended high school in El Paso, Texas, at Burges High School, where he played football alongside his twin brother. He was on the varsity squad for three of the four years that he played. He also played basketball and ran track. In basketball, he was named to the All-city Team. In track, he helped his relay team to a State Championship.
In football, Jones played wide receiver during his sophomore year and was named to the All-District Team. During his junior year, he recorded 16 touchdowns at running back, while accumulating more than 1,400 yards and was selected for the National All-Department of Defense team. In his senior year, he had 30 touchdowns and over 1,800 yards. He also played on defense, recording 74 tackles and an interception. For his senior season, he was named Offensive MVP, All-City MVP, and given All-State honors.
While Jones was in high school, his father retired from the military to launch a marketing company. He used the marketing company to help promote his sons during the recruitment process. Both Jones and his twin brother decided to play college football at the University of Texas in El Paso.
Jones started in six of the nine games he played in during his freshman collegiate season. In three of those games, he rushed for more than 100 yards. As a sophomore he started every game he played in and helped to lead the team to their first bowl game in over a decade. He recorded over 1,300 rushing yards that season. Jones missed all but two games during his junior year, due to an ankle injury. As a senior, he recorded almost 1,800 yards during the season, which led to him being recognized as one of the top running backs in the country and being honored as All-Conference USA.
Jones was invited to the 2017 NFL combine where he ran a 4.56-second 40-yard dash and scored a 19 on the Wonderlic test. He was drafted in the fifth round by the Green Bay Packers.
As a fifth-round pick, Jones landed in the third spot on the Packer’s depth chart at running back. Ahead of him were both Ty Montgomery and Jamaal Williams (who had been drafted in the fourth round that same year). Montgomery was the incumbent, presumed starter, although he had only recently been moved from the wide receiver position to the running back position. By the fourth game in the season, both Montgomery and Williams had been injured, allowing for more playing time for Jones. Over the season, Jones had 488 rushing yards and scored four touchdowns. Although Williams had put up more yards, Jones led the team in rushing touchdowns.
Jones was suspended for the first two games of his second professional season. Due to the suspension, coach Mike McCarthy refused to name him the starter until the sixth game of the season, and even then, he was still splitting the starting reps with Ty Montgomery. He finished the season with 728 rushing yards and eight touchdowns. Coach McCarthy was fired during the season.
The Packers then hired Matt LaFleur as their new head coach for the 2019 season. LaFleur named Jones the starting running back for the Packers and he started in every game that season. He had a banner year and with almost 300 touches, he only lost two fumbles all year. He ended the season with16 touchdowns and 1,084 yards, making this his first 1,000-yard season as a professional. He also recorded 474 yards and three touchdowns receiving.
Jones had an equally productive year in 2020, even in a season plagued with COVID-19 restrictions and tumultuous changes to staff and games. He played in 14 games and had 1,104 rushing yards with nine touchdowns and 355 receiving yards with two touchdowns. He was voted to the Pro Bowl at the end of the season.
In 2021, the Packers added AJ Dillon to the team which reduced Jones’s playing time, although he remained the team’s primary running back. For the season he had 799 rushing yards and four touchdowns as well as 391 receiving yards with six touchdowns.
Jones is an ambassador for and stakeholder in FTX, a cryptocurrency exchange.
In 2020, Aaron Jones obtained a federal trademark registration for a logo that is a stylized version of his initials “A” and “J” for shirts and t-shirts.
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