11. James Jones, Wide Receiver
James Jones caught passes from two Hall of Fame quarterbacks. Not many players can say that, which may be part of the reason he’s on the list. However, the former third-rounder was talented in his own right and made clutch catches during the largest moments.
Jones endured two stints with the Packers – first from 2007-2013 and then in 2015. Throughout his career with the Packers, he racked up 5,195 yards, 360 receptions and 45 touchdowns. He had his best season in 2012 when he led the entire NFL with 14 receiving touchdowns.
In 2015, Jones was re-signed days before the season started due to Jordy Nelson’s ACL injury. This was also the year when Jones debuted his famous ‘hoodie-under-the-jersey’ look. It became a hit among fans, who created shirts to honor the short-lived tradition.
Jones officially retired before the start of the 2017 season. He is still known for his sticky hands, ability to high-point 50/50 throws and performances in high-pressure situations. Today, Jones works for NFL Network and is a frequent ‘breaker of news’ for all things related to the Packers on his Twitter feed.