CLEVELAND — Tony Jones, former Cleveland Browns left tackle, died Friday at the age of 54, according to the Browns.
We’re saddened by the passing of Tony Jones, who spent the first 8 of his 13 memorable NFL seasons in Cleveland. Our love and thoughts are with the Jones family.— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) January 23, 2021
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Jones joined the Browns in 1988 as an undrafted free agent and spent eight seasons with the team until the franchise moved to Baltimore in 1995.
After the Browns were moved to Baltimore, Jones played for the Ravens for a season before joining the Broncos in 1997 where he went on to win two Super Bowls.
Love you my friend! Until we see each other again in heaven RIP. pic.twitter.com/k33oScYBBE— mark schlereth (@markschlereth) January 23, 2021
Jones was named to the Associated Press second-team All-Pro in 1994 and to the Pro Bowl in 1998.
He played in the NFL from 1988 until 2000.