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James Jones Tells the Story of the Ring in the Bread

James Jones' proposal

Man, James Jones… we’re going to miss this cat if, as expected, the Green Bay Packers don’t re-sign him.

Jones was on Highly Questionable Wednesday morning. He talked a lot about growing up homeless, but then told the story of how he proposed to his wife.

He put the ring in the bread basket at Red Lobster.

“My wife is a big, big fan of Red Lobster. She loves the bread there. Loves the biscuits. So I went the day before, gave them the whole setup of how I wanted them to put the box, the ring in the bread. So when they brought the bread out, she took her gum out of her mouth and was ready to eat all seven biscuits that was in the basket and she opened it up and the ring was there and I was already on my knee,” Jones said.

This provoked some hearty laughter from the show’s hosts, but James Jones was just like, “What?”

Watch the whole segment here. The proposal story is at the end.

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Joseph Bonham

Joseph is a fiction writer when he isn't doing this. In his spare time he likes to do manly things like drink beer and procreate.



  1. Kato February 17, 2016

    Going to miss this dude. Glad we got one more season of him, too bad it wasn’t a more successful season for his sake.

  2. vj February 17, 2016

    A great handcuff for what ended up being a lost season. Adios muchacho.

  3. ay hombre February 19, 2016

    Teddy loves a bargain and this guy is the ultimate one. You’re probably right but I’m maintaining hope. It sure would seem that JJ is trying to do a little prep for life after football so maybe he decides to hang them up as an unwanted 30 year old wide receiver who didn’t do anything but lead the last two teams he played for in pretty much every meaningful statistical category for wide receivers.

    How many number 5’s in the league are as good as Jones? I would like to keep him around but he’s up against it. Even Janis is up against it next season. Lots of depth.

    I could see the Pack letting him go but keeping him on speed dial.