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Super Bowl Champion Tony Jones’ Cause of Death Won’t Released


Former Denver Broncos offensive tackle passed away; The two-time Super Bowl champion, Tony Jones’ cause of death is not revealed yet. The former American football player was 54.

Two-time Super Bowl Champion Tony Jones' Cause of Death is Still Shady.

Tony Jones, former Denver Broncos offensive tackle, played with the Broncos from 1997 to 2000, previously played for the Baltimore Ravens. In Super Bowl XXXII, the man served Denver beat the Green Bay Packers. The team published his passing.

The 13-year NFL veteran competed four seasons for the Broncos. He helped as the team’s right tackle through their first world championship season, 1997, and held future Hall of Famer Reggie White out of a Super Bowl XXXII sack. Tony then covered the left tackle position, 1998 as Denver gained another title. He earned Pro Bowl honors in that season as he defended John Elway‘s blindside.

We were shocked and saddened to hear about Tony Jones’ passing. He was such a great man. The world’s going to miss him so much. RIP

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Denver Broncos Reveals Tony Jones’ Cause of Death?

Although Denver Broncos has announced its former offensive tackle, Tony Jones’ loss, they didn’t mention any cause of his death.

There were no reports of injuries or illness. This sudden loss has shocked the fans.

The 6-foot-5, 290-pound football player started all 60 games in which he performed over his four seasons in Denver. Tony joined the Denver Browns as an undrafted player, 1988 and spent around eight seasons in Cleveland. He was the second-team All-Pro in 1994.

Tony Jones then spent the 1996 season among the Ravens before the Broncos bought a second-round pick to obtain him in February of 1997.

A Royston, Georgia native, Jones was described as a Broncos Top 100 Team member in 2019. The listing of players honored the franchise’s all-time greats and was chosen on by fans.

The two-time Super Bowl champion, Tony Jones' cause of death is not revealed yet.
Image source; 9News

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In 2016, Denver Broncos’ official website also ranked Tony Jones as the fourth-best tackle in team history.

“We lost a great man,” Rod Smith, Ring of Fame wide receiver, posted on Instagram, Friday. “Just happened to be a hell of a ball playa. We love you and miss you Bone. One of the Broncos all time best tackles. greatest dresser of ALL-TIME!”

“The World Will Miss Tony Jones,” Users React to His Loss

Willie Anderson, the three-time All-Pro tackle, remembered Jones, calling him a “great dad, friend, offensive tackle, trainer and coach” on Twitter.

Steve Atwater, Pro Football Hall of Famer, was also close with Tony, as the two were near each other after their NFL occupations.

“Another sad day as my friend and former teammate #TonyJones passed away yesterday. He was gentle giant with a great smile. A member of that amazing offensive line that I ran behind/helped us win two World titles.Going to miss you big fella. R.I.P” Terrell Davis tweeted.

“We’re saddened by the passing of Tony Jones, who spent the first 8 of his 13 memorable NFL seasons in Cleveland. Our love and thoughts are with the Jones family.” Denver Broncos mourned after Jones’ passing.

“He visited my house when I was a little kid and played one on one against my bro in basketball – class act and will be missed @Coach_Coreno #tonyjones #Browns” a user wrote.

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