“He was an amazing man, a heck of a good man,” Hall of Fame defensive back Steve Atwater said, through the Broncos group site. Thats the kind of person that you want to go to war with if youre going to war. An excellent man, guy.
Tony Jones, a two-time Super Bowl champion offending lineman, died Friday. He was 54. Jones played 13 seasons in the NFL from 1988 to 2000 and was most especially a part of the Denver Broncos champion groups in the late 1990s. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COMHe obstructed for future Hall of Fame quarterback John Elway as he was en route to strengthening his top-notch NFL career.Jones went undrafted when he entered the league throughout the 1988 season. He made his launching with the Cleveland Browns at 22, playing four video games. He would be with the Browns and then the Baltimore Ravens prior to joining the Broncos for the 1997 season.TERRY BRADSHAW OFFERING UP $500,000 AND A NEW FORD F-150 TRUCK IN SUNDAYS FOX BET SUPER 6He would make his first and only Pro Bowl appearance during the 1998 season. Denver won Super bowls throughout the 1997 and 1998 seasons.”He was a remarkable man, a heck of a nice guy,” Hall of Fame protective back Steve Atwater said, through the Broncos group website. “Great football gamer– indicate, nasty. Thats the type of man that you desire to fight with if youre fighting. And we were truly great friends. When we lived in Georgia– lived down in Sugarloaf down there, we lived in the exact same neighborhood. We had a pretty excellent friendship. … He and another friend of mine, we got lunch a bit prior to I moved from Atlanta, took me out to lunch. I constantly keep in mind how nice of a guy he was, how terrific he was with his kids. A good man, male.”CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPThe information behind Jones death were unclear.