It was WR James Jones' son's birthday on Monday and his teammates decorated his truck in style.
By PAUL IMIGFS Wisconsin
GREEN BAY, Wis. — There's no better way to celebrate the birthday of a teammate's child than by removing the tires of his vehicle and spraying silly string inside. At least that's what the Packers apparently believe with the prank they pulled on wide receiver James Jones.
Jones got outside to the team's parking lot following Monday's meetings to find his truck in a bit different shape than the way he left it.
Fellow wide receiver Greg Jennings, along with linebacker
Brad Jones and rookies Jerel Worthy, Dezman Moses and Terrell Manning all posted pictures on their Twitter accounts of the damage they did to Jones' truck.
"Happy Birthday Lil' JJ" was written on the windows of Jones' vehicle, which was presumably a note that Packers players left for his young son.
With Green Bay's record now at 4-3 after beating the Rams on the road Sunday, the Packers have a day off Tuesday. Jones will likely be spending his day with a local auto mechanic.