Eagles Punter Donnie Jones Announces Retirement

After playing 14 seasons in the NFL, Philadelphia Eagles punter Donnie Jones will be hanging up his cleats.

Originally drafted by the Seattle Seahawks in 2004, the Louisiana native has been with the Eagles since 2013. Jones was named to the All-Pro team twice as a member of the St. Louis Rams.

According to the Eagles, Jones retires as the team’s all-time leader in gross punting average (45.37) and net average (40.5).

You can read a statement from Jones below.

 

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