Calvin D'Wayne Jones (born November 27, 1970) is a former American football running back. He played for the Los Angeles/Oakland Raiders and the Green Bay Packers. In his only season with the Packers, he won Super Bowl XXXI against the New England Patriots. He collegiately played for Nebraska Cornhuskers in the NCAA.
Jones rushed for 3,166 yards and scored 20 rushing touchdowns from 1990–1993 for the University of Nebraska. He played I-back under the direction of head coach Dr. Tom Osborne. Jones' single season high was 1,210 rushing yards in 1992.
His best single game performance came as a redshirt freshman on November 9, 1991 against Kansas when Jones ran the ball 27 times for 294 yards and scored on a 69-yard touchdown run. He had six touchdowns that day.
In 1991, Jones led the nation with an incredible 8.3 yards per carry.
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|Born:||November 27, 1970|
|Height:||5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)|
|Weight:||205 lb (93 kg)|
|High school:||Omaha Central|
|NFL Draft:||1994 / Round: 3 / Pick: 80|
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The 1994 Los Angeles Raiders season was the franchise's 35th season overall, and the franchise's 25th season in the National Football League. They failed to improve on their 10-6 record from 1993 and missed the playoffs. The Raiders would return to their original home in Oakland the following season.Calvin Jones
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Calvin Jones (musician) (1929–2004), American trombonist, bassist, pianist, bandleader, composer and educator
Calvin "Fuzz" Jones (1926–2010), American blues bassist
Cal Jones (1933–1956), American football offensive guard
Calvin Jones (baseball) (born 1963), retired Major League Baseball pitcher
Calvin Jones (composer) (born 1966), American composer
Calvin B. Jones (1934–2010), afrocentric visual artistUSA Today All-USA high school football team (1982–89)
USA Today named its first All-USA high school football team in 1982. The newspaper has named a team every year since 1982.In addition, two members of the team are named the USA Today High School Offensive Player and Defensive Player of the Year, respectively. The newspaper also selects a USA Today High School Football Coach of the Year.This article contains the teams from 1982 through 1989.