Keith Jones (American football)

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{{Infobox NFL player |name=Keith Jones |image= |caption= |position=Running back |number=38 |birth_date= (1966-03-20) March 20, 1966 (age 51) |birth_place=Rock Hill, Missouri |death_date= |draftyear=1989 |draftround=3 |draftpick=62 |afldraftyear= |afldraftround= |afldraftpick= |suppdraftyear= |suppdraftround= |undraftedyear= |high_school=[[Webster High School|Webster Groves Missouri |college=Nebraska Cornhuskers |teams=

|statlabel1= Rushing attempts–yards |statvalue1=215–791 |statlabel2= Receptions–yards |statvalue2=72–651 |statlabel3= Touchdowns |statvalue3=6 |nfl=JON519062 |pfr= |pfrcoach= |dbf= |cfl= |afl= |HOF= |CollegeHOF= |CFHOF= }} Keith Lamar Jones (born March 20, 1966) is a former professional American football running back in the National Football League (NFL). He played four seasons for the Atlanta Falcons (1989–1992). On November 12, 1989 in San Francisco, he handled the kickoff duties after the Falcons' kicker Paul McFadden was injured in the pregame warmups.

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