Green Bay Packers running back Aaron Jones, who led the NFL with 19 touchdowns last year, said on his Wednesday video conference that he hopes to be a lifelong Packer.
The comment came after he was asked how he felt about the team spending a second-round choice on A.J. Dillon.
Jones added that he can't control what the team does roster-wise, and wasn't surprised or disappointed by the pick.
In regards to his offseason, Jones said that his dad built a gym in his garage, so Jones is staying in shape. He also bought himself a JUGS machine to help with pass-catching.
You can watch the video conference by clicking here.
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