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RB Aaron Jones Has a Twin Brother and He Will Work Out with Team

Like a plot twist in a cheesy television soap opera, Aaron Jones’ brother, Alvin Jones, will be working out with the team pending clearance of COVID-19 protocol. This is according to a few different sources this week.

As a sixth round pick in 2017, Jones’ performance at running back has paid off in dividends. Perhaps the Packers see more hidden value in his brother, Alvin Jones — a free agent who played linebacker at the University of Texas at El Paso along with his brother. He signed with the Baltimore Ravens in 2018 as an undrafted free agent. Soon after, he was placed on injured reserve and then released and resigned to the practice squad.

Jones is a fraternal twin meaning he shares 50% of his DNA with his brother Aaron. Both of their parents were NCOs in the US Army — so they likely share the same discipline and work ethic. They have been close their whole lives, often sharing the same room as their family moved from Georgia to Germany to Tennessee and then Texas. They were even roommates together when attending UTEP.

While it’s a feel good story, the likelihood of Alvin joining more than just the practice squad is probably pretty low. Alvin’s presence on the team could possibly help Aaron decide to take a more team-friendly deal down the line…

Packers RB Aaron Jones touchdown against Vikings

Dec 23, 2019; Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA; Green Bay Packers running back Aaron Jones (33) rushes for a touchdown in the fourth quarter against Minnesota Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium. Brad Rempel-USA TODAY Sports

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  1. mark oday October 17, 2020

    6th round draft pick ?

  2. Howard October 17, 2020

    I think we all forget sometimes that Aaron Jones was a 5th round compensatory pick late in the 5th round, for the Packers losing Hayward in 2016.

  3. PF4L October 17, 2020

    I read this and i’m thinking two things….wondering what the status of Kirksey is.
    Signing a brother of a star player for any reason other than on his own merit and talent, is one bad business decision.

    1. Kato October 18, 2020

      Agreed. Also, that can’t mean anything good for Kirksey.

      1. PF4L October 18, 2020

        BTW Kato…i think they might activate ESB today.
        I want you to be right on him, we’re gonna need that maybe today, but definitely down the road.
        We may have to outscore everyone just like back in 2011.

        1. Kato October 18, 2020

          Yeah I don’t know if he will have a big impact today, but wouldn’t be surprised if he was used as the jet sweep guy today

  4. Deepsky October 18, 2020

    There needs to be more anti Viking sentiment in these articles.

    1. PF4L October 18, 2020

      I hear ya, but they are 1-4 man….plus, i don’t hear any loudmouth soup anymore.
      I kinda miss that loudmouth soup also. Sometimes some color in a black and white room is a good thing.
      But if memory serves….I told him…”No soup for you…1 year!!”

  5. PF4L October 18, 2020

    Well fuck me Jen Hale…it’s Game Day!!
    I think.

  6. PF4L October 18, 2020

    I’ll kick it off….
    Game Day – Week 6: Green Bay Packers Visit Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
    What say you?

  7. Kato October 18, 2020

    The Bucs had 38 points and less than 300 yards. That’s not on the defense

    1. PF4L October 18, 2020

      Whatever you say Tiger :)

  8. PF4L October 18, 2020

    PF4L October 15, 2020
    Ok…looks like some voice of reason is needed.
    Lets put the brakes on comparing this offense to the 2011 offense. That’s an insult to the 2011 offense.
    This offense has done it for 4 games, 25% of the season. Against teams with a combined 5-14 record.
    The 2011 offense sustained it for 16 games. Lets not take this team, 4 games, 3 sad teams and declare this team “currently” better than the 2011 offense….C’MON MAN!