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Kaelen Jones

About Kaelen Jones

Kaelen Jones is a young, budding sports journalist from Chino Hills, California, who currently studies journalism at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism. He has been writing since he was 14 years old and has a passion for just about any and every major sport. His previous experience includes co-founding BottomLine Sports in 2011 (discontinued), hosting and producing The Jones & Avery Show (2013), and is now currently a co-host member of The Blaze, 1330 AM’s “Traffic Jam” every Wednesday night. Although he hails from Southern California, he proudly supports the Oakland Raiders and Miami Heat, as well as the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. He is very opinionated, however shows a regular willingness to listen to the opinions of others which to this point has helped guide him in his progression as a journalist.

2015 NFL Season Outlook & Predictions

We are a day away from there being NFL action.   We’ve had quite the eventful offseason, but if you’re still around it means you’ve outlasted the nonsensical discussions over deflated footballs, survived the slow-crawling preseason, have concluded your fantasy … Continue reading

Ranking the Top 32 NFL Quarterbacks Entering 2015

Follow Kaelen Jones on Twitter – @kaelenjones – Email: July 8, 2015 We’re in the dog days of the NFL offseason. With training camp just a few weeks away and the first kickoff of 2015 nearly two months away, … Continue reading

Quick Hits: Assessing Cobb, McCoy-Alonso, Marshall Deals

Randall Cobb signs 4-year, $40 million deal to stay with the Green Bay Packers. The Packers will be retaining the services of Cobb after agreeing to a 4-year deal with the 24-year-old receiver. The top slot receiver in the league … Continue reading

Early Storylines of the 2015 NFL Draft

The 2015 NFL Draft is riddled with multiple intriguing storylines, however a few have the chance to be significantly altered after the Combine this weekend. A few players enter being deemed as borderline-first round prospects or marginal draft prospects, while … Continue reading

Early Outlook of the 2015 NFL Coaching Carousel

The 2015 offseason has already brought about changes for multiple teams despite the Super Bowl having yet been played. Six teams have already named new head coaches, with one appearing to be holding out for their man. Let’s take a … Continue reading

Packers vs Cowboys: What to Expect Sunday

When the Green Bay Packers face the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, two headline-worthy quarterbacks will be taking the field in one of the most highly-anticipated games of the season.   It’s not quite the Ice Bowl, but the great football … Continue reading

Why the Browns Stuck with Hoyer, Not Manziel

Back on Thursday, May 8, 2014, the Cleveland Browns traded the No. 26 overall selection and a third-round pick (No. 83) to the Philadelphia Eagles in exchange for the No. 22 pick in the 2014 NFL Draft. The Browns then … Continue reading

How Gruden’s Scolding Came About

updated Nov. 22, 2014  3:18 PM, MST   Robert Griffin III has not been playing well.   That has been no secret over the course of Griffin’s last two seasons after an outstanding rookie campaign that left fans around the … Continue reading

NFL: Kelly, Eagles Provide Sanchez Shot at Redemption

November 13, 2014 Redemption is neither lost nor gained solely through one’s hard work. It’s spontaneous, and in that instance of opportunity one has to take advantage of their chance to make amends with their past in order for one … Continue reading