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Packers’ Jones Apologizes For Marijuana Arrest

Antigo, WI, United States /

(Green Bay, WI)  Green Bay running back Aaron Jones apologizes to his “family, teammates, coaches, fans, and the Packers’ organization” for his marijuana arrest. The rookie spoke to reporters for the first time after he pleaded not guilty last week to driving with drugs in his system, speeding, and driving without a valid license. Jones says he “made a mistake” on October first when he was caught going 79 in a 55 zone on a Green Bay freeway, but he couldn’t say more because it’s an ongoing legal matter. Jones expects to return this season after he tore an M-C-L knee ligament November 12th at Chicago and he won’t have surgery as he lets the scar heal while doing rehab work. Meanwhile, the Packers will practice today and on Thanksgiving as part of their preparation for Sunday night’s game at Pittsburgh.

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