Abry Jones

Georgia Bulldogs #93 -

  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 308

Abry Jones could be UDFA steal

The Jaguars cleaned up a bit in undrafted free agency, especially with picking up defensive lineman Abry Jones.

Georgia DE Jones ruled out for Capital One Bowl

Georgia senior DE Abry Jones (ankle) has been ruled out hours before the Bulldogs and Nebraska kick off this year's Capital One Bowl.

Mark Richt uncertain if Jones can contribute

Georgia Bulldogs head coach Mark Richt does not know if injured defensive end Abry Jones will be able to contribute in the Capital One Bowl against the Nebraska Cornhuskers on Wednesday, or if he'll play at all.

Too Much Information: Capital One Bowl Preview

On Tuesday, the Georgia Bulldogs will look to close out just the third twelve-win college football season in school history against the Nebraska Cornhuskers in the Capital One Bowl. Will the 'Dawgs get it done in Orlando on New Year's Day?

Abry Jones jumps back in

Georgia Bulldogs senior defensive end Abry Jones is back in action for the first time since October, as the Bulldogs staff deals with the absence of star lineman John Jenkins.

Abry Jones probable for Capital One Bowl

Georgia Bulldogs' defensive end Abry Jones is looking more like he will be able to play in the Capital One Bowl.

UGA injury list loaded

The Georgia Bulldogs are preparing for the Capital One Bowl with several injuries, especially at receiver.

UGA hopes Abry Jones can play in bowl

Georgia defensive lineman Abry Jones hasn't played since October because of an ankle injury, but he could be healthy enough to play in the 2013 Capital One Bowl.

Abry Jones could be back for bowl game

Georgia Bulldogs defensive end Abry Jones could recover from ankle surgery in time to play in his team's bowl game, according to head coach Mark Richt.

Georgia DE Jones done for season

An ankle injury has ended Abry Jones' career with the Georgia Bulldogs.

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