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Brad Edward Jones was born April 1, 1986 in Lansing, Michigan. Brad Edwards started carving out his spot in the football world early. Brad played four years of high school football for East Lansing High School from 2000-2003. Brad Jones was captain, MVP, Defensive Player of the Year, First Team All-State and All-State Dream Team his senior year. He posted 117 tackles, 11 sacks, 5 forced fumbles, 4 interceptions, 15 quarterback hurries, 6 pass deflections and 2 fumble recoveries his last season at East Lansing. Under his leadership East Lansing was the 9-2 Conference Champion that season.
After his high school graduation, Brad Jones went the University of Colorado. He took a redshirt year in 2004. In the 2005 season, Brad Jones was ready to see action for the Colorado Buffalos, he played in all 13 games including the Champs Sports Bowl. He ended his first college football season with 13 tackles, a pass break up and a quarterback hurry. In his sophomore season at the University of Colorado, Brad Jones started 11 games and played in all 12 ending third on the team with 72 tackles. In his junior 2007 season, Brad Jones he started all 13 games including the postseason Independence Bowl. Again Brad Jones posted 72 tackles for the year. His last year at the University of Colorado, Brad Jones stepped up and became a real leader on the team. He posted 78 tackles, 14 for loss and 7 quarterback sacks. He was named the Colorado Defensive Player of the Year.
In the 2009 NFL Draft, Brad Jones was drafted in the seventh round by the Green Bay Packers. By the following 2010 season, Jones was made a permanent starting outside linebacker before suffering a shoulder injury in a game versus the Vikings.
This season, Brad Jones is ready to make up for his lost play time on the injury reserve list. Buy Green Bay Packers tickets today and watch as Brad Jones and the rest of the new Green Bay Packers recruits battle it out for game time!
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