The Philadelphia Eagles traded Jon to the New Orleans Saints for a 7th round draft pick

Played in one preseason game

Following a routine physical Jon was admitted into emergency open heart surgery that saved his life and forced him to retire


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2006 - 2017

2006 Signed with the Eagles November 29th, after Eagles Long Snapper, Mike Bartrum, had a career ending neck injury

2008 Ed Block Courage Award Recipient

2010 Pro Bowl Selection

2013 Voted to the All Fundamentals Team and was then voted a Captain

2016 Eagles Walter Payton Man of the Year Recipient

2014 Voted First Team All-Pro and voted Most Accurate Snapper in the NFL by Pro Football Focus

2015 Pro Bowl Selection

2016 Becomes the longest tenured professional athlete in the city of Philadelphia (76ers, Flyers, Phillies & Eagles)

2017 Holds the record for the most consecutive games in Eagles Franchise History (162)

2018 Awarded an Honorary Super Bowl Ring



2005 - 2006

2005 Signed with the Titans on October 26th and played the last 9 games of the season. The Titans did not extend his contract.

2006 Jon did not go to training camp for the 2006 season. The Titans signed him again on October 13th to fill in for their injured snapper for one game. He was released following the game on October 15th




2003 - 2004

2003 Signed as an underrated free agent

2004 Tore his ACL in his right knee third to last game of the year

2005 After making the final cuts leading into the opening week of the season, Jon was released days before the first game



2000 - 2002

2000 Received a full scholarship after playing his Freshman season at Golden West Junior College

2014 Was 1 of 35 players Voted to UTEP’s All Centennial Team