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Donald Jones is a former National Football League (NFL) wide receiver who once played for the Buffalo Bills and the New England Patriots. Jones, who was an undrafted free agent during the 2010 NFL Draft, was signed under contract by the Bills that year and quickly became one of the team’s most valuable reserves. Standing at 6’0” and weighing in at 208 lbs., his stature and intuitive physical abilities earned him a coveted position as an elite member of the team’s offensive attack. During his three seasons in the organization, Jones made an impressive mark on-the-field. Concluding his professional football career at the age of 25, he boasts an impressive 82 catches for 887 yards and three touchdowns in 35 games to his name. During the 2012 season, his final year of play, Jones’ accomplishments were at an all-time high, as he caught 41 passes for 443 yards and four touchdowns in only 12 games. Signed by the Patriots in March 2013, he was released from the team that following July. Diagnosed with IgA nephropathy, a kidney disorder, during his sophomore year of high school, Jones voluntarily elected to retire from the NFL in August 2013 as the result of his ailing condition. Since his subsequent retirement, Jones has immersed himself into impacting the community around him through advocacy and raising social awareness on numerous health-related issues, in particular kidney diseases. For more information on Donald Jones, you can follow him on Twitter at: www.Twitter.com/DAJones19
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