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- Is one of only three players in NFL history to post 4,000-plus rushing yards (4,163) and 40-plus rushing TDs (41) with an average of 5.00-plus yards per carry (5.06) in their first five seasons, joining RB Jim Brown (1957-61) and FB Jim Taylor (1958-62).
- Among RBs with 750-plus career carries, ranks No. 7 in league history and No. 1 in team history with an average of 5.06 yards per carry.
- Is one of only two RBs in the NFL (Derrick Henry) to post 1,000-plus yards from scrimmage and 10-plus scrimmage TDs each of the last three seasons (2019-21).
- Joins FB Jim Taylor (1960-64) and WR Sterling Sharpe (1992-94) as the only players in team history with 1,000-plus yards from scrimmage and 10-plus scrimmage TDs in three-plus straight seasons.
- Ranks tied for No. 3 in the NFL in rushing TDs (29) and No. 2 in total TDs (40) since 2019.
- Ranks tied for No. 5 in the NFL with 41 rushing TDs since 2017, the second most in franchise history by a player in his first five seasons in the league (Taylor, 52).
- Ranks No. 5 in franchise history in rushing yards (4,163) and No. 4 in rushing TDs (41).
- Ranked No. 4 in the league in rushing yards with a career-high 1,104 yards and nine TDs on 201 carries (5.49 avg.) in 2020, setting a single-season franchise mark for yards per carry (min. 200 att.) as he surpassed Taylor's mark of 5.42 yards per carry in 1962 (272-1,474).
- Was tied for the NFL lead in rushing TDs (16) in 2019, the second most in team history behind only Taylor (19 in 1962), and was tied for the league lead with 19 total TDs, which tied for the second most in franchise annals behind only RB Ahman Green (20 in 2003).
- Ranked No. 1 in the league in yards per carry (5.47) in 2018 (min. 100 att.), the first Packer to lead the league in the category since the NFL went to a 16-game schedule in 1978.
- Among players with 100-plus carries, holds two of the top three single-season marks in team history for yards per carry (5.49 in 2020 and 5.47 in 2018).
- Is one of only two players in NFL history to post 3,000-plus rushing yards (3,364) and 35-plus rushing TDs (37) with an average of 5.00-plus yards per carry (5.17) in their first four seasons, joining Jim Brown (1957-60).
- Among RBs with 600-plus career carries, ranks No. 6 in league history with an average of 5.17 yards per carry.
- Ranks No. 3 in the NFL in rushing TDs (25) and tied for No. 2 in total TDs (30) since 2019.
- Is one of only three players in the NFL to post 2,000-plus rushing yards and 25-plus rushing TDs over the past two seasons (Derrick Henry, Dalvin Cook). Became the first Packer to hit those marks over a two-season span since FB Jim Taylor (1962-63).
- Ranks No. 4 in the NFL with 37 rushing TDs since entering the league in 2017, the most in franchise history by a player in his first four seasons in the league (Taylor, 33).
- Among players with 100-plus carries, holds two of the top three single-season marks in team history for yards per carry (5.49 in 2020 and 5.47 in 2018). Is the only RB in the league with an average of 5.40-plus yards per carry (min. 100 att.) in two of the last three seasons.
- Is one of four RBs in NFL history to post an average of 4.5-plus yards per carry (min. 75 att.) of his first four seasons in the NFL (Brown, Alvin Kamara, Steve Van Buren).
- Ranked No. 4 in the league in rushing yards with a career-high 1,104 yards and nine TDs on 201 carries (5.49 avg.) last season on his way to earning Pro Bowl honors for the first time. Set a single-season franchise mark for yards per carry among players with 200-plus attempts as he surpassed Taylor's mark of 5.42 yards per carry in 1962 (272-1,474).
- Had two TD runs of 75-plus yards in 2020, the first player in franchise history to accomplish that feat in a single season.
- Was tied for the NFL lead in rushing TDs (16) in 2019, the second most in team history behind only Taylor (19 in 1962), and was tied for the league lead with 19 total TDs, tied for the second most in franchise annals behind only RB Ahman Green (20 in 2003).
- Including playoffs, posted a team-record 23 TDs in 2019, topping Green's single-season mark of 22 TDs in 2003.
- Led the team with 1,084 yards rushing on 236 carries (4.6 avg.) in 2019, the first 1,000-yard rusher for the Packers since RB Eddie Lacy in 2014.
- Ranked No. 1 in the league in yards per carry (5.47) in 2018 (min. 100 att.), the first Packer to lead the NFL in the category since the league went to a 16-game schedule in 1978.
- Rushed for 448 yards and four TDs on 81 carries as a rookie in 2017, including two 125-yard rushing games, tied for the most in franchise history by a Green Bay rookie (John Brockington, 1971; Lacy, 2013).
- Has been named the NFC Offensive Player of the Week twice in his career (Weeks 5 and 8 in 2019).
- Was selected by the Packers with the second of two fifth-round picks (No. 182 overall) in 2017, a compensatory pick awarded to the team.
2021 SEASON: Started all 15 games he appeared in and ranked No. 2 on the team with 799 rushing yards and four TDs on 171 carries (4.7 avg.)…Ranked No. 2 on the team with a career-high 52 receptions for 391 yards (7.5 avg.) and six TDs (No. 3 on the team)...Posted the most receptions by a Green Bay RB since Ahman Green (57) in 2002…Was named a first alternate for the Pro Bowl…His six receiving TDs were the most in a season by a Green Bay RB since Johnny "Blood" McNally had 11 in 1931…Became the first player in team history with four-plus rushing TDs and six-plus receiving TDs in a season…Ranked No. 2 in the NFL among RBs in receiving TDs behind only Chargers RB Austin Ekeler (eight)…Is one of only two RBs in team history to post three straight seasons with 45-plus receptions and multiple receiving TDs (Green, 2000-03)…Joined Ekeler and Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott as the only RBs in the NFL with 45-plus catches and multiple TD receptions each of the last three seasons (2019-21)...At New Orleans (Sept. 12): Started and carried the ball five times for 9 yards (1.8 avg.) along with two receptions for 13 yards (6.5 avg.)…Vs. Detroit (Sept. 20): Caught six passes for 48 yards (8.0 avg.) and a career-high three TDs along with 67 yards and a TD on 17 carries (3.9 avg.). Became the first Green Bay RB to register three receiving TDs in a game since Andy Uram (vs. Chicago Cardinals, 1942). Added a fourth-quarter rushing TD, giving him four TDs in a game for the second time in his career (four rushing TDs at Dallas in 2019). Became the eighth NFL RB since 1950 with a rushing TD and three-plus receiving TDs in a game and only the third (Jamaal Charles, 2013; Danny Woodhead, 2015) to also have six-plus receptions. With the four total TDs, tied the single-game Lambeau Field record (last by Panthers RB DeAngelo Williams in 2008). It marked his fourth career game with three-plus total TDs, tied with RB Paul Hornung for No. 3 in team history behind only WR Don Hutson (nine) and FB Jim Taylor (eight)…At San Francisco (Sept. 26): Led the team with 82 rushing yards and a TD on 19 carries (4.3 avg.) along with two receptions for 14 yards (7.0 avg.). Scored from 3 yards out with just over a minute remaining in the first half to give Green Bay a 17-0 lead…Vs. Pittsburgh (Oct. 3): Rushed for 48 yards on 15 attempts (3.2 avg.) and posted 51 receiving yards on three catches (17.0 avg.), highlighted by a season-long 26-yard grab over the middle in the third quarter down to the Pittsburgh 11. Posted his first career kickoff return, fielding Chris Boswell's kick at the Green Bay 15 and returning it 10 yards…At Cincinnati (Oct. 10): Started and posted a season-high 103 yards rushing on just 14 carries (7.4 avg.), the fewest attempts in a 100-yard rushing game in his career, highlighted by his 57-yard run to the Cincinnati 18 late in the fourth quarter…At Chicago (Oct. 17): Started and led the team with 76 rushing yards on 13 carries (5.8 avg.), including a 28-yard run early in the third quarter. Was tied for the team lead with four receptions for 34 yards (8.5 avg.), highlighted by a 12-yard TD catch with six minutes remaining in the third quarter that gave Green Bay a 17-7 lead…Vs. Washington (Oct. 24): Started and played 41 snaps, rushing for 19 yards on six carries (3.2 avg.) while adding five receptions for 20 yards (4.0 avg.)…At Arizona (Oct. 28): Started and played 48 snaps, rushing for 59 yards and a TD on 15 carries (3.9 avg.). Scored on a 2-yard TD run early in the second quarter, the 50th TD of his career (40 rushing/10 receiving). Matched his career high with a team-best seven receptions for 51 yards (7.3 avg.)…At Kansas City (Nov. 7): Started and played 40 snaps, posting 53 rushing yards on 12 carries (4.4 avg.)…Vs. Seattle (Nov. 14): Started and posted a season-high 61 receiving yards on four receptions (15.3 avg.) along with 25 rushing yards on seven carries (3.6 avg.). Sustained a knee injury on a run late in the third quarter and was sidelined for the remainder of the game…At Minnesota (Nov. 21): Inactive (knee)…Vs. L.A. Rams (Nov. 28): Started and appeared on 40 snaps after missing one game due to a knee injury, posting 23 rushing yards on 10 carries (2.3 avg.)…Vs. Chicago (Dec. 12): Posted 35 rushing yards and a TD on five carries (7.0 avg.) and added three receptions for 30 yards (10.0 avg.), highlighted by a 23-yard TD grab midway through the third quarter…At Baltimore (Dec. 19): Started and played 39 snaps, pacing the team with 58 rushing yards on 13 carries (4.5 avg.) while adding two receptions for 12 yards (6.0 avg.), highlighted by his 9-yard TD grab in the third quarter…Vs. Cleveland (Dec. 25): Started and played 33 snaps, leading the team with 66 yards on 12 carries (5.5 avg.) along with five receptions for 21 yards (4.2 avg.). Brought his season total to 1,084 yards from scrimmage as he went over 1,000 yards for the third straight season, the longest streak by a Green Bay RB since Green (five, 2000-04)…Vs. Minnesota (Jan. 2): Started and led the team with 76 yards on just eight carries (9.5 avg.). Posted two runs of 25-plus yards (28, 27) for the first time in his career. Became the first Packer with 75-plus rushing yards on eight or fewer carries since RB DeShawn Wynn (7-106) vs. Detroit on Dec. 28, 2008…At Detroit (Jan. 9): Inactive (knee)…Vs. San Francisco (NFC Divisional, Jan. 22): Matched the single-game team postseason record with nine receptions for 129 yards (14.3 avg.), the most receiving yards in a game by a RB in team playoff history. Posted a 75-yard reception down the sideline late in the first half to the San Francisco 14, the third-longest catch in team postseason annals. Added 41 rushing yards on 12 carries (3.4 avg.).
2020 SEASON: Started all 14 games he appeared in and ranked No. 4 in the league in rushing yards with a career-high 1,104 yards and nine TDs on 201 carries (5.49 avg.)…Became the first Packer to finish in the top five in the NFL in rushing yards since Green in 2003 (No. 2)…Set a single-season franchise mark for yards per carry among players with 200-plus attempts, surpassing Taylor's mark of 5.42 yards per carry in 1962 (272-1,474)…Led the NFL in yards per carry among players with 200-plus attempts, the top mark by an NFL running back since Adrian Peterson (6.03) and C.J. Spiller (6.01) in 2012…Was selected to his first career Pro Bowl, joining Dorsey Levens (fifth round) as the lowest-drafted Green Bay running backs to be selected to the Pro Bowl…His 201 rushing attempts were the second-fewest carries needed by a 1,100-yard RB in NFL history behind only Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles in 2009 (1,120 yards on 190 carries)…Averaged 20.78 yards on his nine TD runs, No. 1 in the NFL among players with eight-plus rushing TDs in 2020, and the top mark by a Packer since Ryan Grant in 2007 (24.75 on eight TD runs)…Had two TD runs of 75-plus yards, the first player in franchise history to accomplish that feat in a single season…Had three runs of 50-plus yards on the season, tied with Green (2001 and 2003) for the most by a Packer over the last 40 seasons…Also ranked No. 3 on the team with 47 receptions for 355 yards (7.6 avg.) and two TDs, giving him 11 total TDs on the season…Ranked No. 6 in the league among RBs with 1,459 yards from scrimmage, his second consecutive season with 1,000-plus yards as he became the first Green Bay RB to do so since Lacy (2013-14)…Among RBs with 175-plus touches, ranked No. 3 in the NFL in yards per touch (5.88 avg.)…Was inactive for two games (Weeks 7-8) due to a calf injury…Also started both postseason games, rushing for 126 yards and a TD on 20 carries (6.3 avg.) along with five receptions for 21 yards (4.2 avg.)…Vs. Detroit (Sept. 20): Finished with a career-high 168 yards and two TDs on 18 carries (9.3 avg.) and added 68 yards and a TD on four catches (17.0 avg.), giving him a career-high 236 yards from scrimmage, the third most in a game in team history behind only Billy Howton (257 on Oct. 21, 1956) and Don Hutson (237 on Nov. 21, 1943). Became the first player in franchise history to have two games with 225-plus yards from scrimmage (226 at Kansas City on Oct. 27, 2019). On the opening play from scrimmage in the second half, took it up the middle for a 75-yard TD run that was the longest by a Packer since Green's 90-yard TD run vs. Dallas on Oct. 24, 2004. Became the first player in team history to post 150-plus rushing yards, two-plus rushing TDs, 65-plus receiving yards and a receiving TD in a game. Was just the fifth NFL player since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger to hit those marks in a single game (Delvin Williams, 1976; Franco Harris, 1979; Priest Holmes, 2002; Chris Johnson, 2009)…At Tampa Bay (Oct. 18): Scored on a 1-yard run late in the first quarter as he became the first player in team history to score a TD in each of the first five games since Howton in 1952…At Houston (Oct. 25): Inactive (calf)…Vs. Philadelphia (Dec. 6): Led the team with 130 rushing yards on just 15 carries (8.7 avg.), highlighted by a career-long 77-yard TD run in the fourth quarter as he became the first player in franchise history to post two TD runs of 75-plus yards in a season. It marked the second time in his career (145/15 vs. Miami in 2018) that he rushed for 125-plus yards on 15 or fewer attempts, joining QB Tobin Rote as the only Packers to have two such games since 1950…Vs. Carolina (Dec. 19): Led the team with 145 rushing yards and a TD on 20 carries (7.3 avg.), becoming the first player in team history to have three games in a season with 130-plus rushing yards and a TD on 20 or fewer carries. Joined Garrison Hearst (1998), Barry Sanders (1996) and Harris (1972) as the only NFL players to accomplish that feat in a season since the merger. Registered 114 yards on the ground in the first half, the second most by a Packer in a first half since 2004 behind only Ty Montgomery (123 yards at Chicago on Dec. 18, 2016)…Vs. Tennessee (Dec. 27): Started and played 25 snaps, posting 94 rushing yards on just 10 carries (9.4 avg.), the most rushing yards by a Packer in a game on 10 or fewer carries since James Starks (10-112) vs. San Diego on Oct. 18, 2015. Posted a 59-yard run down the left sideline to the Tennessee 7 on the Packers' opening play from scrimmage in the third quarter, setting up a WR Davante Adams 8-yard TD catch two plays later…Vs. L.A. Rams (NFC Divisional, Jan. 16): Led the team with 99 rushing yards and a TD on 14 attempts (7.1 avg.), a postseason career high and the most rushing yards by a Packer in a playoff game on fewer than 15 attempts. Became the first player in franchise history to register a rushing TD in three straight playoff games. On the opening play of the second half, posted a 60-yard run to the Los Angeles 15, the third-longest run in a playoff game in team history, one that set up his 1-yard TD run five plays later…Vs. Tampa Bay (NFC Championship, Jan. 24): Started and rushed for 27 yards on six carries (4.5 avg.) with four receptions for 7 yards (1.8 avg.). Sustained a chest injury on the opening drive of the second half and did not return.
2019: Started all 16 games and posted a team-high 1,084 yards rushing on 236 carries (4.6 avg.), the first 1,000-yard rusher for the Packers since Lacy in 2014...Was tied with Henry for the NFL lead in rushing TDs with 16, the first Packer to rank No. 1 in the league in the category since Taylor in 1962...His rushing-TD total ranks No. 2 in single-season franchise history behind only Taylor (19 in 1962)...Was tied with Panthers RB Christian McCaffrey for the league lead in total TDs with 19, tied for the second most in team history behind only Green's 20 in 2003...Became the first Packer since Taylor (1962) to lead the league in total TDs...Posted multiple rushing TDs a league-high five times, tied with Taylor (1962) for the most in a season in team history...Among players with 200-plus carries, ranked No. 7 in the league in yards per attempt...Was tied for No. 6 in the league with five 100-yard rushing games...Ranked No. 2 on the team with a career-high 49 receptions for a career-best 474 yards (9.7 avg.) and a career-best three TDs...Among RBs, ranked No. 8 in the league in receiving yards and tied for No. 8 in receiving TDs...Led the team and ranked No. 8 in the NFL with a career-high 1,558 yards from scrimmage, the most by a Packers RB since Lacy (1,566) in 2014...Joined Green (2003) as the only running backs in franchise history to post 1,500-plus yards from scrimmage and 19-plus TDs in a single season...Was named an alternate for the Pro Bowl…Started both games in the playoffs and led the team with 118 rushing yards and three TDs on 33 carries (3.6 avg.)...Added six receptions for 31 yards (5.2 avg.) and a TD...His four TDs in the playoffs tied WR Sterling Sharpe (1993) for the most in a single postseason in team history and his three rushing TDs tied RBs Edgar Bennett (1996) and Grant (2007) for the most in a single postseason in franchise annals...Brought his season total (including playoffs) to a team-record 23 TDs, topping Green's single-season mark of 22 TDs in 2003…Vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 26): Scored from 3 yards out on Green Bay's opening drive of the game, giving him a rushing TD in his sixth straight home game, the longest streak in franchise history as he surpassed Taylor and Green…At Dallas (Oct. 6): Posted 182 yards from scrimmage (107 rushing, 75 receiving) and tied a single-game franchise record with four rushing TDs (18, 3, 5, 1), becoming the first Packer to do so since Levens (Jan. 2, 2000, vs. Arizona). Became just the fourth NFL player since 1950 to post 100-plus rushing yards, 75-plus receiving yards and four rushing TDs in a game as he joined Sayers, Dub Jones and Shaun Alexander as the only players to accomplish that feat. Became the first NFL player to register four rushing TDs in a game against the Dallas Cowboys. Matched his career high with six carries of 10-plus yards and registered a career-best 10 rushing first downs. Led the team with seven receptions for 75 yards receiving (10.7 avg.). Earned NFC Offensive Player of the Week honors for his performance, his first time winning the award, as he became the first Green Bay RB to earn the honor since Lacy in 2014 (Week 12 at Minnesota)…At Kansas City (Oct. 27): Posted a career-high 159 receiving yards and two TDs on seven receptions (22.7 avg.), the second-most receiving yards in a game by an RB in franchise history behind only Andy Uram (174 yards, vs. Chicago Cardinals on Nov. 1, 1942). Added 67 rushing yards on 13 carries (5.2 avg.), giving him a season-best 226 yards from scrimmage, the fifth-best single-game total in team annals and the best mark since Green's 227-yard game vs. Denver on Dec. 28, 2003. His average of 11.3 yards per touch set a single-game franchise mark among RBs with 200-plus yards from scrimmage. Joined Rams RB Todd Gurley (at Tennessee on Dec. 24, 2017) as the only NFL players since 1950 to have 65-plus rushing yards, 150-plus receiving yards, seven-plus receptions and two receiving TDs in a single game. Had two receptions of 50-plus yards, the first Green Bay RB to do so in a game since Paul Hornung posted TD catches of 65 and 50 yards at Baltimore on Dec. 12, 1965. Earned NFC Offensive Player of the Week honors for his performance for the second time on the season…Vs. Carolina (Nov. 10): Led the team with 93 rushing yards and three TDs (5, 1, 13 yards) on just 13 carries (7.2 avg.). It marked his second game of the season with three-plus rushing TDs (also Week 5 at Dallas) as he became the first Packer to have multiple games in a season with three-plus rushing TDs since Taylor (three games) in 1962...Vs. Washington (Dec. 8): Posted 134 yards rushing and a TD on just 16 carries (8.4 avg.), his second game since 2018 with 15-plus rushing attempts and an average of 8.3-plus yards per carry, tied with Henry for No. 1 in the league over that span. Added a team-high 58 yards receiving on a team-best six catches (9.7 avg.), giving him his second game of the season with 190-plus yards from scrimmage on 25 or fewer touches, tied for the most in franchise history with Hutson (two in 1942). Became the first Packer to post 125-plus rushing yards, an average of 8.0-plus yards per carry and 50-plus receiving yards in a game since Taylor did so at the Los Angeles Rams on Dec. 13, 1964...At Minnesota (Dec. 23): Led the team with a career-best 154 rushing yards and two TDs on 23 carries (6.7 avg.), his fifth game on the season with multiple rushing TDs as he tied Taylor's single-season team mark set in 1962. Became the first player in franchise history and the 10th player in NFL history to register a 150-yard rushing game and a 150-yard receiving game in the same season. With just under six minutes remaining in the game and the Packers leading, 17-10, took a handoff from Rodgers down the left sideline for a 56-yard TD, the longest TD run by a Packer since Starks' 65-yarder vs. San Diego on Oct. 18, 2015...At Detroit (Dec. 29): Led the team with 100 rushing yards on a career-high 25 attempts (4.0 avg.), his fifth 100-yard rushing game of the season. Posted back-to-back 100-yard rushing games for the first time in his career, becoming the first Packer to do so since Lacy in 2015...Vs. Seattle (NFC Divisional, Jan. 12): Paced the team with 62 rushing yards and two TDs on 21 carries (3.0 avg.), becoming just the seventh player in franchise history to rush for two TDs in a playoff game...At San Francisco (NFC Championship, Jan. 19): Led the team with 56 yards and a TD on 12 carries (4.7 avg.) and added five receptions for 27 yards (5.4 avg.) and a TD. Became the first player in team history to post two-plus TDs in back-to-back games in a single postseason.
2018: Played in 12 games with eight starts and rushed for 728 yards and eight TDs on 133 carries (5.5 avg.) with 26 catches for 206 yards (7.9 avg.) and a TD...His average of 5.47 yards per carry is the second-best single-season mark in franchise history among Packers with 100-plus carries (Ellis, 5.49 in 1985)...Ranked No. 1 in the league in yards per carry, the first Packer to lead the NFL in that category since the league went to a 16-game schedule in 1978...Ranked No. 1 among NFL running backs in percentage of carries picking up first downs (30.8 percent)...Posted a team-best 22 runs of 10-plus yards...Ranked No. 4 in the league in percentage of carries going for 10-plus yards (16.5 percent)...Was placed on injured reserve (knee) on Dec. 18...Was on the reserve/suspended list for the first two games of the season…At L.A. Rams (Oct. 28): Paced the team with 86 rushing yards and a TD (33-yarder) on just 12 carries (7.2 avg.)…At New England (Nov. 4): Led the team with 75 rushing yards on 14 carries (5.4 avg.), becoming just the third Green Bay player since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger to register 75-plus rushing yards on 15 or fewer attempts in back-to-back games (Ellis, 1984; Grant, 2007)…Vs. Miami (Nov. 11): Delivered a season-high 145 rushing yards and a season-best two rushing TDs (2 yards, 10 yards) on just 15 carries (9.7 avg.), becoming just the sixth Packer since 1950 to rush for 145-plus yards on 15 or fewer carries and the first since Green had 15 carries for 163 yards vs. Dallas on Oct. 24, 2004. Became the first player in the NFL with 145-plus rushing yards and two-plus rushing TDs on 15 or fewer attempts since Jaguars RB Maurice Jones-Drew (8-177-2) at Tennessee on Nov. 1, 2009. It marked his third straight game with 75-plus rushing yards and 15 or fewer attempts as he became only the eighth NFL player since the 1970 merger and the first since Charles in 2010 to accomplish the feat. Became the first Packer to do so since QB Tobin Rote in 1951. Posted a season-long 67-yard run up the middle to the Miami 4 late in the first quarter, the longest run by a Green Bay player since WR Randall Cobb's 67-yarder vs. Detroit on Oct. 6, 2013. Finished with 96 rushing yards on just four carries (24.0 avg.) in the first quarter, the most rushing yards by a Packer since Green posted 122 vs. Detroit in the opening quarter on Sept. 9, 2001. Posted a career-best six runs of 10-plus yards, the most by a Green Bay player since Green had six at Minnesota on Nov. 2, 2003. Added three catches for 27 yards (9.0 avg.) for a season-best 172 yards from scrimmage, the most by a Packers RB since Lacy registered 182 yards at New Orleans on Oct. 26, 2014...At Seattle (Nov. 15): Led the Packers with 11 carries for 40 yards (3.6 avg.) and a TD and added a season-best five receptions for a season-high 63 yards (12.6 avg.) and a TD. Late in the first half, came out of the backfield and got behind LB Austin Calitro to haul in a 24-yard TD pass from QB Aaron Rodgers, making the catch near the goal line as he posted his first career TD reception…Vs. Atlanta (Dec. 9): Posted a team-high 78 rushing yards and a TD on 17 carries (4.6 avg.), making him the first Packer since Green (five games, 2003-04) to register a rushing TD in five consecutive games. With just under six minutes remaining in the third quarter, took the handoff to the right and then cut back to his left as he outran a host of Atlanta defenders for the 29-yard TD run...At Chicago (Dec. 16): Started for the eighth time in nine games, but suffered a knee injury on his fourth carry of the game that would end his season. Finished with 8 yards on four carries (2.0 avg.).
2017: Played in 12 games with four starts, posting 448 rushing yards and four TDs on 81 carries (5.5 avg.)...His average of 5.53 yards per carry was the sixth-best mark in franchise single-season history (min. 75 att.)...Among RBs with 75-plus rushing attempts, ranked No. 2 in the NFL in rushing average behind only Kamara (6.07 avg.)...Registered two 125-yard rushing games, tied for the most in franchise history by a Green Bay rookie (Brockington, 1971; Lacy, 2013)...Was tied for No. 4 in the NFL in 125-yard rushing games, joining Kareem Hunt (three) and Leonard Fournette (two) as the only rookies with at least two 125-yard games in 2017...Added nine receptions for 22 yards (2.4 avg.) and a tackle on special teams…At Atlanta (Sept. 17): Made his NFL debut, appearing on eight plays on special teams…Vs. Chicago (Sept. 28): Saw the most significant action of his career to that point with injuries to RBs Ty Montgomery and Jamaal Williams, appearing on 30 plays and rushing for 49 yards and a TD on 13 carries (3.8 avg.). Following a 58-yard completion from Rodgers to WR Jordy Nelson in the second quarter, took a handoff from Rodgers and scored on a 2-yard run up the middle, his first touchdown in the NFL...At Dallas (Oct. 8): With Montgomery (ribs) sidelined, made his first NFL start and rushed for 125 yards and a TD on 19 carries (6.6 avg.). Became the first Green Bay rookie to record a 100-yard rushing game in his first career start since Samkon Gado (103 yards at Atlanta, Nov. 13, 2005). Posted a season-high five carries of 10-plus yards and a season-best seven first downs…Vs. New Orleans (Oct. 22): Led the team with a season-high 131 rushing yards and a TD on 17 carries (7.7 avg.), his second 100-yard rushing effort in three games. His 17 carries were the fewest by a Green Bay rookie with 125-plus rushing yards in a game. Racked up 70 rushing yards on four attempts (17.5 avg.) on Green Bay's first series, going up the middle untouched on a 46-yard score, the longest run by a Packer on the season...At Chicago (Nov. 12): Started for the third straight game, but was limited to just three carries for 12 yards (4.0 avg.) before sustaining a knee injury on the opening drive that would sideline him for the remainder of the game and the next two contests…Vs. Tampa Bay (Dec. 3): Made his return after missing two games and posted a game-winning 20-yard TD run on the eighth offensive play of overtime, his lone carry of the game. Took the handoff from QB Brett Hundley and initially ran up the middle before bouncing it out to the left and outrunning a host of Tampa Bay defenders for the TD. It marked Green Bay's first walk-off win in OT on a TD run since RB James Hargrove scored from 7 yards out in a 16-10 overtime win vs. Philadelphia on Oct. 18, 1987 (replacement game)…At Carolina (Dec. 17): Led the team with 47 rushing yards on just three carries (15.7 avg.), becoming just the sixth Packer since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger to register 45-plus rushing yards in a game with three or fewer attempts...2017 Draft: Selected by the Packers with the second of two fifth-round picks (No. 182 overall), a compensatory pick awarded to the team. Became the first running back to be drafted out of Texas-El Paso since Marcus Thomas in 2008 (fifth round, San Diego) and the first UTEP running back to be selected by the Packers since Ed Smith in 1948 (third round).
COLLEGE: Played in 35 games with 32 starts, finishing his career at UTEP ranked No. 1 in rushing yards (4,114) and 100-yard rushing games (17), No. 2 in rushing touchdowns (33) and all-purpose yards (4,760), and No. 3 in rushing attempts (658) and points (240)…Set a UTEP career record with five 200-yard rushing games, highlighted by four 200-yard outings in 2016…Earned his degree in multidisciplinary studies…Redshirt junior season (2016): Started all 12 games and ranked No. 4 in the country with 1,773 rushing yards, a total that also set the single-season school record…Ranked No. 3 in the nation in rushing yards per game (147.8)…Averaged 7.7 yards on 229 carries, the best mark in the country among players with 150-plus rushing attempts in 2016…Posted 17 rushing TDs, the third most in a season in school annals…Registered seven 100-yard rushing games, including four with 200-plus yards…Earned first-team All-Conference USA honors and was named third-team All-America by The Associated Press…Was named to the watch lists for the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award, the Maxwell Award and the Doak Walker Award…Produced 120 points, the third most in a season in school history, and scored at least one TD in 11 of 12 games…Added 28 receptions for 233 yards (8.3 avg.) and three TDs…Threw a 3-yard TD pass vs. Old Dominion (Oct. 29) on his only career attempt…Opened the season with 249 yards rushing and two TDs on 31 carries (8.0 avg.) vs. New Mexico State (Sept. 3), including 140 yards in the fourth quarter, a career high…Racked up 228 yards and two TDs on just 14 attempts (16.3 avg.) vs. Houston Baptist (Nov. 5), posting TD runs of 39 and 62 yards…Registered 229 rushing yards and two TDs on 27 carries (8.5 avg.) at Florida Atlantic (Nov. 12), becoming the school's all-time leading rusher as he brought his career total to 3,738 yards and moved past John Harvey (3,576) in the school record book…Posted a career-high 301 rushing yards, the second-best single-game effort in school history, and a career-best four TDs on 24 carries (12.5 avg.) vs. North Texas (Nov. 26), highlighted by TD runs of 83, 48 and 58 yards…Junior season (2015): Started the first two games before his season ended due to a significant ankle injury…Received a medical redshirt…Rushed for 209 yards and a TD on 32 attempts (6.5 avg.) and added nine catches for 106 yards (11.8 avg.) and a TD…Opened the season with a career-best 83 receiving yards on six receptions (13.8 avg.) and added 70 yards rushing on 15 carries (4.7 avg.) at Arkansas (Sept. 5)…Gained 139 yards on 17 carries (8.2 avg.) in the first half at Texas Tech (Sept. 12), including a school-record 91-yard TD run, before sustaining a season-ending ankle injury…Sophomore season (2014): Started all 12 games he appeared in, earning second-team All-Conference USA recognition after leading the team with 1,321 rushing yards and 11 TDs on 242 carries (5.5 avg.)…Led the team in receiving TDs (three) while ranking second in receptions (30) and receiving yards (293)…Became the first Miner since 2009 to register a 1,000-yard rushing season…Produced six 100-yard rushing games and six multi-TD games…Registered a season-high 237 yards and a season-best three TDs on 22 carries (10.8 avg.) at New Mexico (Aug. 30), including a season-long 73-yard TD run in the second quarter…Became the first sophomore in UTEP history to rush for 200-plus yards in a game…Freshman season (2013): Played in nine games with six starts, earning Conference USA All-Freshman team honors…Received honorable mention All-Freshman team recognition from College Football News and third-team Freshman All-America honors from Athlon…Led the Miners with a freshman-record 811 yards rushing and four TDs on 155 attempts (5.2 avg.)…Helped the offense register 2,216 rushing yards, the most by UTEP since 1988…Ranked No. 2 in the country in rushing yards and rushing yards per game among freshmen prior to sustaining an injury that sidelined him for the final three games…Posted three 100-yard rushing games and six with 90-plus yards…His three 100-yard games were the most by a UTEP freshman since Harvey had four in 1985…Rushed for 127 yards and two TDs on 11 carries (11.5 avg.) vs. New Mexico (Sept. 7) in his collegiate debut, scoring on a 65-yard TD in the third quarter and on an 8-yard TD with 1:19 remaining in the contest to send the game into overtime…Registered a season-high 186 yards rushing on 29 attempts (6.4 avg.) at Rice (Oct. 26), highlighted by a season-long 81-yard run that was the longest by a freshman in school history and the longest by an FBS freshman in 2013.
PERSONAL: Given name Aaron LaRae Jones…Born in Savannah, Ga. …His twin brother, Alvin, who spent parts of 2018-19 with the Baltimore Ravens, was his teammate at UTEP and in high school…His parents, Alvin Sr. and Vurgess, both retired as sergeant majors in the U.S. Army…Was born in Georgia and also lived in Germany, Tennessee and Virginia…High school: Rushed for 1,800-plus yards and posted 30 TDs on his way to being named 1-4A Offensive MVP and earning Class 4A all-state recognition as a senior at Burges High (El Paso, Texas)…Was named All-City MVP by the El Paso Times…Rushed for 335 yards in a regional playoff win against Wichita Falls Rider…Added 74 tackles (56 solo), an interception and two forced fumbles as a senior at defensive back…Participated in the Greater El Paso All-Star Game…Earned 1-4A District MVP honors as a junior after rushing for 1,400-plus yards and 16 TDs…Earned all-district recognition as a sophomore at WR…Was a four-time letterman in basketball and track and field…Earned all-city honors in basketball from the El Paso Times…Was a member of a 4x400 relay team that won the district title and advanced to the state championship...Community involvement: Partnered with his brother, Alvin, to establish the A&A All the Way Foundation, which aims to make an impact in the lives of children through charitable giving and action…Hosted youth football camps in Green Bay and El Paso…Signed autographs to help raise money for The Salvation Army during the holidays both of the last two years…Visited the Boys & Girls Club in Green Bay…Participated in the Green Bay Packers Give Back Bowling Event…Had lunch and did a Q&A session with students at the Challenge Academy in Fort McCoy, Wis. …Worked with special-education students and visited schools while he was in college.