Donnie Jones

#8P,
Avg
45.8
Long
72
In20
21
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 221
Born:
College: LSU
Birth Place: Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Draft: 2004 7th round (23rd pick) by the
  • Philadelphia Eagles OTAs practice schedule begins this week
    Bleeding Green Nation

    Philadelphia Eagles OTAs practice schedule begins this week

    The Philadelphia Eagles are set to to enter the third and final phase of their 2017 offseason workout schedule this week. Tuesday, May 23 marks the beginning of the Eagles' organized team activities (OTAs). These workouts are less restrictive than the ones that make up Phase One and Phase Two of the team's offseason regiment. As always, Bleeding Green Nation will have full coverage of Eagles OTAs. I'll be covering practices live from the NovaCare Complex in South Philly. The first day of OTA practice open to the media is May 23. This is the first full practice we'll get to see this year. We’ll also get to hear from Eagles head coach Doug Pederson prior to practice. The other practices open in

  • Bears have 2 players on MMQB's Top 100 fantasy football picks for 2017
    Bears Wire

    Bears have 2 players on MMQB's Top 100 fantasy football picks for 2017

    The Chicago Bears offense doesn’t look like one that will be appealing to fantasy football players in 2017.  With Mike Glennon expected to start at quarterback and Alshon Jeffery now a member of the Philadelphia Eagles, there aren’t many fantasy studs worthy of early round consideration. MMQB’s Gary Grambling recently published his Top 100 list of fantasy football options in 2017, and surprisingly, two Bears made the cut. Names that didn’t make the list include wide receiver Kevin White and tight end Zach Miller. White, who’s entering the third year of an injury-riddled career so far, could find himself on many must-have fantasy football lists by midseason, but he needs to prove he belongs there

  • Troubling! Cowboys WR Dez Bryant running out of time to justify his massive contract
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    Troubling! Cowboys WR Dez Bryant running out of time to justify his massive contract

    All eyes on Dez It seems like every offseason for the last several years, there has been reason to write a piece on Dez Bryant and where his career is taking him and his team. He has been the face of this franchise for a few years running, as a bridge between the older Cowboys (Tony Romo and Jason Witten) and the new ones (Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott). He has more jerseys sold and more fans for life than almost anyone in the 19 seasons I have covered this team. He is adored and revered by almost all, local or national. He got there because he was capable of things like this: ... and this: You won't often find wide receivers with that type of brute strength. His personality and charm simply