Former Buffalo Bills wide receiver Donald Jones an inspiration to all

When the New England Patriots released former Buffalo Bills wide receiver Donald Jones last summer, he set up a workout with the Indianapolis Colts, which set in motion a chain of events that would alter his life forever.Jones was already an inspiration to promising young athletes as Jones, whose lifelong dream was to play professional football, battled kidney disease his entire...
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Ex-Patriots Receiver Donald Jones Now Playing Minor League Baseball

Donald Jones was forced to retire last offseason after undergoing a kidney transplant, so the former New England Patriots wide receiver has switched sports. Jones is playing baseball for the Atlantic League’s Somerset (N.J.) Patriots as an outfielder this season. The independent minor league includes the Sugar Land Skeeters, where former NBA star Tracy McGrady also is attempting...
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Donald Jones turns to baseball after kidney transplant

Former Buffalo Bills wide receiver Donald Jones was forced to retire from the NFL last August after discovering he had a kidney disease that made it impossible to continue playing football. Now just four months after a kidney transplant, Jones is trying to make his way back onto the field in a different sport. According to Mike Ashmore of, Jones is playing outfield...
Via Pro Sports Daily
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Former NFL Wide Receiver Donald Jones to Join The Shankhour & Maggiore Show

On Monday November 18th, Patrick and Kevin welcome former NFL Wide Reciever (formerly of the New England Patriots) Donald Jones to the show. Donald will be addressing a number of topics, from why he retired from the game he loved, what he's up to now, and his future plans.  The guys will be taking your calls all night long at 347-215-7771 (Press 1 To Talk) If you would like...
Via CLNS Radio
November 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Patriots plan to release Donald Jones--PFT

Patriots plan to release Donald Jones--PFT: Somewhat of a surprising move.  According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Patriots are releasing Donald Jones. He was signed to a three-year deal this offseason after his time with the Bills, but it didn’t take them nearly that long to decide his fate.
Via Pats 360
July 20, 2013  |  Discuss

Report: Patriots to Release Donald Jones Before Receiver Even Plays a Game in New England

That Patriots’ wide receiving corps isn’t exactly an area of strength, but the Pats reportedly made a move Friday to cut down that group. New England released wideout Donald Jones on Friday afternoon, according to the NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport and the Boston Herald’s Jeff Howe. The release comes just a little bit more than four months after the club signed the former Bills...
July 19, 2013  |  Discuss

Donald Jones, New England Patriots and the Importance of Finding Your Fit | Pre Snap Reads

Donald Jones, New England Patriots and the Importance of Finding Your Fit | Pre Snap Reads:...
Via Pats Propaganda
June 08, 2013  |  Discuss

Patriots Sign Former Bills WR Donald Jones

The New England Patriots after starting slowly like they always do are now heating up in the free agent market and have inked former Buffalo Bills WR Donald Jones to a contract.  Jones was a restricted free agent but Buffalo failed to tender him so New England will not lose a draft pick for him. Jones is 25 years old, 6’ and 208 lbs and was undrafted out of Youngstown State...
Via Sox and Dawgs
March 15, 2013  |  Discuss

Bills' Jones says illness not career-threatening

Buffalo wide receiver Donald Jones' breakout season came to an end this week, when the Bills placed him on injured reserve with an undisclosed medical condition. Jones' finished with 41 catches for 443 yards and four touchdowns, similar to numbers from his first two seasons combined. He'll have to wait until next season to build on that success. "Going from having...
Via Pro Sports Daily
December 20, 2012  |  Discuss

The Buffalo Bills lose WR Donald Jones for the rest of the year

The Bills have placed 23-year old WR Donald Jones on the Injured Reserve List, ending his season due to an ankle injury.  Jones played in 8 games for the Bills this year and he caught 23 passes for 231 yards (10.0 avg) with 1 TD grab.  He has now played in 23 games in his first two years with the Bills and he has caught 41 passes for 444 yards (10.8 avg) with 2 TD grabs.  This...
Via Bills Locker
November 22, 2011  |  Discuss

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