Khari Jones

 Quarterback
 Height: 5'11
 Weight: 195
 College: UC Davis
CAREER STATS:
 Career Stats Passing Rushing  
 Year Team G Cmp Att Pct Yds TD Int Rtg Rsh Yds Avg TD FM FR
 2013 Portland 14 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0  
 2014 Portland 14 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0  
 2015 Portland 14 5 8 62.5 73 1 0 131.8 2 -5 -2.5 0 1 0  
 2016 Portland 14 8 14 57.1 156 1 0 119.9 2 -2 -1.0 0 0 0  
 2017 Portland 14 139 212 65.6 1,594 7 1 97.1 28 53 1.9 2 0 0  
 2018 Portland 14 311 479 64.9 3,906 20 9 96.3 39 56 1.4 1 3 0  
 2019 Portland 14 315 457 68.9 4,113 25 5 110.7 62 91 1.5 1 4 1  
 2020 Portland 14 276 421 65.6 3,695 21 2 107.9 41 107 2.6 0 3 0  
 2021 Portland 14 275 403 68.2 3,616 23 4 111.2 37 115 3.1 1 3 0  
 2022 Portland 14 291 415 70.1 3,679 19 3 109.7 43 44 1.0 1 5 1  
 2023 Portland 14 272 403 67.5 3,745 19 2 110.7 49 50 1.0 3 4 1  
 2024 Portland 14 354 550 64.4 4,398 23 7 97.7 44 96 2.2 1 5 0  
 2025 Portland 3 83 134 61.9 845 2 0 85.0 11 24 2.2 0 1 0  
 12 Seasons 171 2329 3496 66.6 29,820 161 33 104.6 358 629 1.8 10 29 3

PROFILE:

FIFL Experience: Drafted in the 4th round (55th overall) in the 2013 FIFL Draft.

Professional Experience: Jones played quarterback in the CFL, where he enjoyed his most success with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Jones also played briefly for the Arena Football League's Albany Firebirds and the World League of American Football's Scottish Claymores. In 1997, Jones signed with the BC Lions. Jones played very little during his three year tenure with the Lions, as he was relegated to the backup spot behind incumbent quarterback Damon Allen. In 2000, Jones joined the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Though he initially served as a backup to Kerwin Bell, Jones eventually won the starting job during the middle of the 2000 season, thereby clearing the way for the Bombers to release Bell in midseason. In 2001, Jones was the CFLs Most Outstanding Player after leading the Bombers to a 14-4 record, including 12 straight wins. Jones was the Bombers quarterback in the 2001 Grey Cup in Montreal, where heavily favoured Winnipeg lost to the Calgary Stampeders, 27-19. Jones' following season (2002) was even better statistically, which included 5,353 passing yards and 46 touchdown passes. Jones is one of only four quarterbacks in CFL history to pass for over 40 touchdowns in one season (Doug Flutie, Peter Liske, and Anthony Calvillo are the only others to do so[2]). From 2000 to 2002, Jones' 117 touchdown passes exceeded the record by any other quarterback in the CFL or NFL over the same period of time. In four seasons with Winnipeg, Jones set seventeen Bomber passing records, including throwing for five touchdowns in a game four times in one season. During the 2004 CFL season, Jones was traded from the Blue Bombers to the Calgary Stampeders, partially due to a shoulder injury which had affected his play. In the off-season between the 2004 and 2005 seasons, the Stampeders signed free agent Henry Burris and Jones was released. Jones attended the Edmonton Eskimos training camp at the beginning of the 2005 CFL season, but with the Eskimos signing Ricky Ray (and already having the 2004 season starter Jason Maas), Jones was released again. Midway through the 2005 season he signed with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats but was released after eight games. Prior to the 2006 season Jones was signed by the Eskimos only to be released by them once more on June 10, 2006 as part of training camp cuts.

College: Jones was a record setting college quarterback at the University of California, Davis, where in two seasons as a starter he became the first UC Davis quarterback to pass for over 3,000 yards and over 50 touchdowns in a season, while leading the Aggies to a 17-2-1 record during his junior and senior seasons (19921993). In 2000, Jones was inducted into the UC Davis Aggies Hall of Fame.

Personal: Born May 16, 1971 in Hammond, Indiana. Jones is married to another UC Davis alumnus, Justine[citation needed]. They have two daughters together, Jaelyn and Siena..