JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Jaguars fullback Greg Jones is one of the more under appreciated players on the team. On Tuesday, the 7-year veteran and his family showed their appreciation to the community by serving 50 Thanksgiving meals to children at the Hubbard House.
The Jones family has also purchased 50 meals that will be served to the families who live at the facility which provides shelter and outreach services for domestic violence victims and their families.
Jones, a former Seminole, has just 2 carries and 7 receptions this season, but he is a vital part of the Jaguars running game as he is often the lead blocker for Maurice Jones-Drew.
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