Bills sign offensive lineman Jarron Jones

Jarron Jones is a native of Rochester, NY. He started his NFL career as a defensive lineman and switched to offensive line during his rookie season in 2017.
Jarron Jones is a native of Rochester, NY. He started his NFL career as a defensive lineman and switched to offensive line during his rookie season in 2017.

Buffalo’s offensive line has another new addition, this time in the wake of injury. The Bills signed Nico Siragusa last week after Isaac Asiata decided to retire. On Tuesday, the club signed offensive lineman Jarron Jones after the injury sustained by tackle LaAdrian Waddle.

Jones (6-6, 320) was last with the Detroit Lions this past spring, but was released by the Lions in May.

Originally an undrafted rookie free agent signing of the New York Giants as a defensive tackle in 2017, Jones flipped to offensive tackle after being signed to the Seattle Seahawks practice squad that September.

Jones has also spent time on the practice squads of the Dallas Cowboys and Tampa Bay Buccaneers before signing with Detroit last December and then as a reserve/future free agent last January.

The 25-year old has never appeared in an NFL regular season game. Jones is a native of Rochester, NY where he played for Aquinas High School. He played his college football for Notre Dame.

To make room on the roster for Jones, the Bills placed LaAdrian Waddle on injured reserve (quad) after he was carted off the field Sunday.

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