Alvin Jones Sr., the father of El Paso Green Bay Packers, ran back to Aaron Jones and died on Tuesday at the age of 57.
Jones Sr. is a 29-year active military veteran who retired in 2013 and spends more time with children, so he can support their passion for football more. In the past nine years, he has never missed a home game or away game during his son’s college career at UTEP, and when Aaron joined the Packers in the 2017 season, he maintained this tradition. , Which is why you often see him on TV broadcasts when you celebrate him. Your son’s drama or touchdown.
None of the Jones brothers revealed the cause of death in their Instagram posts.
“The heart is broken into a million pieces. I am proud of you, I love you, Dad. I assure you that I will always protect and take care of our queen and you raised my family and you have prepared for Vino and me I have spent 26 years in other families…
He added: “I can’t even imagine the day of the game without your company. You have not missed any games for 9 years. I dare not think about it, but I know you have the best seats in the stadium, and You will always be engraved on me, and I will put our name on me with a lofty attitude, and perform well as if you pushed me to me all my life. I can write a book and go on, but now it’s time to be A man, persevering. I have your father.”
After dropping out for a year, he was selected by the Packers in 2017 after a year of trying to participate in the NFL draft. Jones returned a year later to fulfill his promise to his parents and graduated from UTEP.
Burgess High School graduate Aaron Jones (Aaron Jones) is the son of two retired US Army sergeants. He often accompanied his father to participate in physical exercises, and served as a volunteer in many youth military activities, and won many awards.
Jones recently signed a contract extension to stay in Green Bay.