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Jarvis Jones was born on 13 October, 1989 in Lumpkin, Georgia, United States, is an American football outside linebacker. At 31 years old, Jarvis Jones height is 6 ft 2 in (188.0 cm).

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Jarvis Jones Age 33 years old
Zodiac Sign Libra
Born 13 October 1989
Birthday 13 October
Birthplace Lumpkin, Georgia, United States
Nationality United States

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On March 14, 2017, Jones signed with the Arizona Cardinals. On September 2, 2017, the Cardinals released Jones with an injury settlement.


On May 2, 2016, the Steelers declined the fifth-year option on Jones, making him a free agent after the 2016 season. He played in 14 games, had 42 combined tackles, 29 solo tackles, 13 tackle assists, 1 sack, 3 pass breakups, 1 interception, and 2 forced fumbles.


In his first game back from his injury he had 3 tackles and a solo tackle in a Week 14 win over the Cincinnati Bengals. On January 3, 2015, after the Steelers finished atop the AFC North with an 11–5 record, Jones played in his first career postseason game as the Steelers' lost to the Baltimore Ravens, 17–30. He finished his second season with 18 total tackles, a career-high 2 sacks, and a forced fumble.

Jones played in 15 games, all starts, for the team during the 2015 season, totaling fifteen solo tackles, fourteen tackle assists, two sacks, three pass breakups, one interception, and one forced fumble.


Jones began the 2014 season as the Steelers' starting right outside linebacker after the departure of LaMarr Woodley. On September 7, 2014, during the season opener against the Cleveland Browns, he had 6 tackles and registered his first sack of the year, matching his sack total from the year before (1). Over the first 3 games he had 14 tackles and 2 sacks.

On September 21, 2014, on Sunday Night Football against the Carolina Panthers, Jones suffered a cluttered wrist after forcing Cam Newton to fumble and left the game after recording his first career forced fumble and 2 tackles. Jones underwent wrist surgery the very next day and was placed on the injured/designated for return list. To replace Jones, the Steelers signed James Harrison on September 23.


The Pittsburgh Steelers selected Jones in the first round (17th overall) in the 2013 NFL Draft.

He began competing for a position at right outside linebacker with starter Jason Worilds and Terence Garvin. At the beginning of the season he was used as a back-up and rotated with Worilds. On September 8, 2013, he played in his first career game and recorded 2 solo tackles against the Tennessee Titans. The following week on September 16, he received his first start in place of Worilds and racked up a total of 8 tackles. The next four games he started in place of Worilds until Week 7. On November 10, 2013, he got his first career sack in a 23–10 victory over the Buffalo Bills. Jones came in to replace starting left outside linebacker LaMarr Woodley for the next three games, after he went down with an injury in Week 10. When the Steelers played the Browns during the last game of the 2013 season, he had a season-high 9 total tackles, 8 solo tackles, and a pass deflection.


In 12 games, Jones recorded 85 tackles (52 solo), 24.5 tackles-for-loss (best in NCAA), 14.5 sacks, one interception, seven forced fumbles and two fumbles recovered. He missed the games against Kentucky and Florida Atlantic, but played an integral role in wins over Missouri and Florida. Jones was named an AFCA First Team All-American and the Southeastern Conference Defensive Player of the Year by the Associated Press and voted The 2012 Premier Player of College Football by sports fans.


Jones started every game in the 2011 season, recording a career-high 4 sacks against Florida on October 29. He posted 70 total tackles including 19.5 for a loss, 13.5 sacks (which led the SEC), 2 forced fumbles and 26 quarterback hurries.


After the USC medical staff would not allow Jones to practice in the spring of 2010, Jones asked for and was granted a release to transfer. His high school coach contacted Georgia, Auburn, and Florida State to discuss the possibility with the teams' coaches. After meeting with Georgia Bulldogs defensive coordinator Todd Grantham, Jones underwent medical testing by the Georgia staff and was cleared to play football for the University of Georgia. He would have to redshirt during the 2010 season in compliance with NCAA transfer rules.


Jones was born in Columbus, Georgia, and grew up in Lumpkin and Richland, Georgia. He attended Carver High School in Columbus, where he led his high school football team to a state title in 2007, and was rated as a four-star recruit by Rivals.com. In addition to playing football, he was an all-state basketball player. He was ranked the 59th best high school prospect by ESPN. He played in the 2009 U.S. Army All-American Bowl.


His older brother, Darcell Kitchens, was murdered outside of a bar in Richland, Georgia, on January 9, 2005. Jones signed an endorsement deal for Subway just days before he was drafted.


Jarvis Jerrell Jones (born October 13, 1989) is a former American football linebacker. He played college football for the University of Georgia, and was recognized as a consensus All-American twice. He was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft, playing for them for four seasons before retiring following a short stint with the Arizona Cardinals in 2017.