Ben Jones

Houston Texans #60 -

  • Born: 07/02/89
  • Age: 24
  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 303

Texans Injuries: David Quessenberry Lost For Year

One of the Texans' sixth-round picks from the 2013 NFL Draft has been lost for the season after suffering an injury in practice. Does this affect the Texans' offensive line?

Texans Trade Jeff Maehl To Eagles For Nate Menkin

Wade Smith may have a knee injury that's more serious than initially thought. The Texans decided to be proactive in the face of that development by agreeing to a trade with the Eagles that'll bring a new offensive lineman (back) to Houston.

Texans Daily Links: 1/17/13

Links about football and stuff.

Antoine Caldwell day-to-day with ankle injury

Antoine Caldwell's status is uncertain for Week 5 after suffering an ankle injury in Sunday's win, which could open the door for rookie Ben Jones.

Texans Injury Report

Find out what's going on with Q. Demps, Keo, and Caldwell.

Ben Jones Wears Jersey Number To Honor Late Father

The No. 60 means more to Ben Jones than just an ordinary number. It many ways it is a link back to his late father. Jones wears No. 60 to honor his late father who passed away when Jones was just...

Texans Draft Pick Ben Jones Earning Kudos From Veteran O-Lineman

The Houston Texans will enter their 2012 training camp looking to plug at least two holes on the offensive line, likely on the weak right side, and former University of Georgia center Ben Jones...

Texans Sign Five Draft Picks

Texans Sign Five Draft Picks

2012 NFL Draft analysis: Houston Texans

Now that the 2012 NFL Draft is over, we're profiling each team's draft. Who were the steals? Who were the reaches? We continue with the Houston Texans.

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