Updated February 28, 4:05 PM CT
Jones suffers knee injury
January 8, 2020
Renegades QB Landry Jones suffers knee injury
Dallas Renegades QB Landry Jones sustained a left knee injury during Monday's practice at the team’s training camp. Jones will continue to be evaluated by the Renegades' medical staff.
Jones, an ex-Oklahoma standout, spent six seasons in the NFL. He acted as Ben Roethlisberger's backup for five years in Pittsburgh - starting five games from 2015-17 - before brief stints with the Jacksonville Jaguars and Oakland Raiders.
"We are sorry to see Landry sidelined for the next 4-6 weeks and are hopeful he will heal quickly and be back on the field at our opener, if not just shortly after,” Renegades head coach and general manager Bob Stoops said. “Landry is the leader of our team and will continue to play that key role.”
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