Patriots WR Donald Jones is retiring due to the advancement of his kidney disease. Jones, only 25, has been fighting the disease his entire life and this time he took to Twitter to let the world know he was hanging up his cleats. The Patriots signed the free-agent WR this offseason to a 3-year-deal worth $3.71 million and no guaranteed money. Shortly after, on July 19th Jones was released.
Jones had previously played for the Buffalo Bills from 2010-2012. In his three seasons with Buffalo, Jones finished with a total of 82 catches for 887 yds and 6 touchdowns. Rotoworld.com reports that Jones worked out for both the Titans and Colts on before calling it quits. Continue reading Former Patriots WR Donald Jones Retires Due to Kidney Disease »