RB Taiwan Jones Injury Profile

#25 Taiwan Jones

Position: RB
Height/Weight: 6’0”/195 lbs.
Age: 31
College: Eastern Washington
Year joined Bills: 2020
Acquired: Free Agency via Texans

College Injuries:

2008 Freshman year:

Broken fibula

2009 Sophomore year:

Shoulder injuries both sides.

Hand injury

Core muscle injury, required surgery following the season.

2010 Junior year:

Abdominal injury, missed 1 game.

Left foot fracture, occurred during FCS playoffs.

Pro Injuries:

2011 Raiders:

Foot injury, Week , missed 0 games.

Calf injury, Week , missed 0 games.

Hamstring strain, Week 11, missed 6 games.

2012 Raiders:

Rib injury, Week 1, missed 0 games.

Shoulder injury, Week 4, missed 0 games.

Knee injury, Week 6, missed 2 games.

Ankle injury, Week 10, missed 0 games.

2013 Raiders:

No publicly reported injuries.

2014 Raiders:

Foot injury, preseason, missed 15 games, went to IR.

2015 Raiders:

Foot injury, Week 3, missed 2 games

Knee PCL injury, Week 11, missed 2 games.

2016 Raiders:

Concussion, Week 1, missed 0 games.

Knee injury, Week 3, missed 3 total games.

2017 Bills:

Knee injury, Week 4, missed 0 games.

Left forearm fracture, Week 9, missed 9 games, sent to IR.

2018 Bills:

Head injury due to collision, Week 2, missed 0 games.

Neck injury, Week 6, missed 10 games, sent to IR.

2019 Texans:

Elbow injury, Week 1, missed 1 games.

Hamstring strain, Week 1, missed 1 game.

Hip injury, Week 5, missed 1 game.

Hamstring strain, Week 13, missed 2 games.

2020 Bills:

Right knee injury, possible MCL sprain, preseason, missed 0 games.

Hamstring strain, Week 8, missed 2 games.

General links:

Buffalo Rumblings Taiwan Jones Injury History

2019 Bills Injury Review- Special Teams

2018 Bills Injury Review- RB/FB

Author: Dr. Trimble

My name is Dr. Kyle Trimble and I am, first and foremost, a Buffalo Bills fan!! When I am not cheering on the Buffalo Bills, I am a Physical Therapist. To give a background on myself; I was born and raised in Erie, PA, moved to Buffalo in 2006 to begin my studies at D'Youville College towards becoming a Physical Therapist at which time I became a devoted Buffalo Bills fan.  I graduated in 2013 with my Doctorate in Physical Therapy and moved home for several years. Moving back to the Buffalo area in 2016, I have gained extensive experience in outpatient orthopedics, skilled nursing, acute care hospital, and home care. Having obtained a significant wealth of knowledge that continues to grow, along with a undying fandom of the Bills, puts me in the unique position to educate my fellow fans about our great team. 
I am currently an injury spotter working with Dr. David Chao, Orthopedic Surgeon @ProFootballDoc based out of San Diego. In this role, I provide real time updates regarding injuries during the game. I hope you enjoy what I publish and I welcome any comments or questions you may have.
Disclaimer: My opinions are my own.  Any thoughts I have on the injuries is based on media reports, my knowledge of the injury, and speculation based on the information currently available.


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