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The Caw: Jacoby Jones Super-Sizes His Tattoo

Posted Feb 21, 2013

Jacoby Jones added the Lombardi Trophy to his already massive New Orleans tattoo.


Jacoby Jones dreamed of winning the Super Bowl in his hometown of New Orleans.

Now that it’s come true, he’s made sure he’ll never forget it.

The man nicknamed “Dragonfly Jones” etched the Super Bowl victory into the huge tattoo depicting New Orleans on his back.

He had an image of the Superdome already. Now the Ravens birdie head, Lombardi Trophy and Super Bowl XLVII are added in the dome. Considering he scored two touchdowns in the game, I’d say it’s well worth the addition.

Jones posted photos of his tattoo (and the process) on his Instagram page (digital_12).

Apparently his mom, Emily London-Jones, who made 150 plates of homemade food for the entire team when it arrived to New Orleans, also got her ankle tattooed. She got the number 12 with a heart around it, her first tattoo at age 57.

Side note: Does everybody else still notice that Jones hasn’t taken off his Ravens bandana on all of his national television appearances? I’m starting to wonder if he’ll ever take it off.

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