Jamie Jones-Buchanan (born 1 August 1981) is an English professional rugby league footballer who plays for Leeds of Super League. An England international representative second-rower, he has played his entire professional career to date with Leeds and has won four Super League championships with the club.
Jones-Buchanan is the half brother of Salford and former Leeds Academy player Jodie Broughton his other half-brothers Austin Buchanan and Brooke Broughton are also professional rugby league players. He began playing rugby at Stanningley ARLFC and progressed through the Leeds Academy signing for the club when he was 15 years old. His Leeds début was on 07/05/1999 against Wakefield Trinity.
He is married to Emma Jones-Buchanan, whom he met when he was 14, and has four children, Bane, Lore, Dacx and Kurgan. He is a devout Christian and attends church on Sundays. He has also supported the White Ribbon Campaign, a charity that encourages men to challenge violence against women.