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Aaron Jones

RB

#33

Experience: 6 years

Height: 5-9

Age: 27

Weight: 208 lbs

College: Texas-El Paso

2022 SEASON

  • CAR
    32
  • YDS
    217
  • AVG
    6.78
  • TDS
    1
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Receiving

Passing

Kick Return

Punt Return

Fumbles

Defense

Kicking

Punting

Biography

  • 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).
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